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Bowflex Treadclimber rubs against housing.

We just bought a Bowflex Treadclimber 5000 and the right climber rubs against the housing. There is more space on the left between the climber and the housing, but on the right, the climber is right against the housing.

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Adjustment is needed. Remove rear covers and using a 9/16 wrench lossen the four bolts that secure treadle assembly to base. Place a 3/4 inch piece of plywood or a 3/8 inch socket extension in between the treadles in the front area. with that in place center them about an 1/8 in closer to the right upright as when you tighten the four bolt up the drive belt will place additional pressure and they should center perfect. tighten bolts...tight. remove wedge from between treadles and recalibrate unit. replace covers and enjoy. Use turtle wax on area rubbed to prevent rust.

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