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Go to sports shop to bring equipment for arms and legs

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What can I find an exercise chart for a Weider 8525?


The single-station Weider 8525 home gym features a full range of attachments for duplicating almost any exercise you'd perform on a gym machine. You adjust resistance for each exercise by sliding a selector pin into a stack of weight plates. But the disadvantage of having so many features and possible exercises packed into a single workout station is that you might have to make a few mechanical adjustments as you transition between exercises.

1. Leg Exercises
The 8525 has a leg lever, attached to the front of the seat, which you can use for doing leg curls and leg extensions. These classic gym exercises isolate your hamstrings and quads respectively. The Weider 8525 doesn't have the leg press platform or squat lever you'll find on some home gyms, but if you remove the seat, preacher pad and leg lever you can use the low pulley for doing squats.

2. Chest Exercises
The Weider 8525 has two major attachments for working your chest: A press arm for doing chest presses, and butterfly arms for doing pec flyes. You can also use the high and low pulley stations for doing incline or decline single-arm chest presses.

3. Back Exercises and Pulleys
The Weider 8525 has a lat tower and high pulley for doing lat pulldowns. You can also use the tower and pulley for high rows. The low pulley is ideal for a variety of back exercises including more row variations, Romanian deadlifts, shrugs and upright rows. In fact, the ability to attach different handles allows you to adapt both pulleys to work for almost any major muscle group in your body. However, the Weider 8525 lacks a mid-level pulley that would make this equipment even more versatile.

4. Arm Exercises
The Weider 8525 home gym has an angled preacher pad to support your elbows as you do preacher curls -- but you need free weights to provide resistance during the curls. You can use the 8525's resistance if you remove the seat, preacher pad and leg lever -- and use the low pulley for doing biceps curls. Your triceps work during chest presses, but you can also isolate them with a variety of pushdown exercises using the high pulley.

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When dressing your mannequin, it's important you find the articles of clothing. The clothes must fit the mannequin properly and they mustn't have any wrinkle or creases. Make sure to steam/them the clothing on both sides of the garment. Remove the tags on the clothing if they can't be hidden.
Always start from the bottom of the mannequin and work your way up, leaving outer layers last to ensure they do not crease or wrinkle.
If the mannequin's legs are close together and you can put the pants on without detaching them, do so. In this case, it's best to put the mannequin in a seated position with its legs out straight ahead.
If you are unable to fit the pants on the mannequin's legs while they are attached, remove the legs and put the pants on separately. You can then reattach the legs when you are finished. If this is your first time reattaching the legs, ask for help because this part can be tricky.
Once you get to the torso of the mannequin, you may find you are working with a shirt without zippers or buttons and can't be opened. In this case, you will need to remove the arms from the torso before you begin. You can then put the arms back into place when you have finished.
If you are working with sitting/reclining mannequins, you will find it can be difficult to dress them in certain styles of clothing, such as tight jeans. You may also need to use larger sizes in order to fit them. It may be difficult to layer the clothing on these types of mannequins. You may also have similar difficulties dressing mannequins with bent arms.
Always take a final look at your mannequin to check and see everything looks right, the buttons are done up, etc.
Once you become more experienced with dressing a mannequin, you will be able to spend more time in styling them with the right accessories, popping the collar on a shirt, or just rolling up their sleeves to bring some life into your display.
Good luck!

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Attach the arms and legs on Raggedy Ann, do I fill them 1st or sew them 1st


You could do it either way but sewing 1st would be my choice. Leave a little opening on the side of the arms and legs to stuff and hand sew it closed.

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Normally Sears is pretty good with older part . But if they do not have any go to a saw repair shop and see what they can do for you

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Recumbant bike makes aclunking sound whe pedaled


follow this steps and fix it. God bless you

1

Prepare to oil by filling a grease gun with lithium grease. Check your owner's manual for the exact type of grease for your unit.

2

Locate where it is you need to lubricate. Focus on the bearings, free-moving joints and attachments with moving parts such as handle bars, wheels, pedals arms and guide rails. Go to each location one by one when greasing.

3

Unfasten the bolts or screws that hold the joint or attachment that you wish to lubricate.

4

Grease each bolt and screw liberally. Tighten each bolt and screw back into its place when finished.

5

Wipe away any excess grease
Loose Pedals

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Kneel next to the left side of the elliptical's base. Use the Phillips screwdriver to tighten the two screws located in the center of the left pedal.

2

Use the Allen wrench to remove the bolt securing the left pedal arm to the pedal leg and body arm. Use the Phillips screwdriver to remove the screw securing the rear end of the pedal leg to the crank arm.

3

Pull the end of the pedal leg free of the crank arm. Wipe the crank arm clean, then apply a fresh coating of machine grease or silicone lubricant. Replace the end of the pedal leg back onto the crank arm and use the previously removed screw to secure it back into place.

4

Join the front end of the left pedal arm to the ends of the pedal leg and body arm. Use the previously removed bolt to connect the pieces together.

5

Move to the right side of the elliptical and repeat the above steps on the right pedal arm

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Customer service for giottos


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Canada-JCL Sales (Richmond B.C.)
USA-HP Marketing (Pine Brook NJ)
-Inform them of the tripod model and possibly provide them with photos of where the spreader arms attach to both the legs & the center column...., you may require additional parts.

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Need assembly instructions for gardenline double glider bought at Aldi.


Hi, I know this probably won't help whoever posted this because I'm really late, but it will helpfully help out those still searching online.
1. Attach one leg brace (E) to the leg (F) using two M6*40 screws (K), four washers (P) and two nuts (Q). Repeat this step to attach the other leg (F). See Fig.1
2. Attach the other leg brace (E) to the legs (F) using one M6*40
screw (K), two washers (P) and one nut (Q). Repeat this step to
attach the other leg (F). See Fig.2
3. Attach one rocker connector (G) to the leg (F) using one M6*55 screw (M), two washers (P), one spacer (O) and one nut (Q). Repeat this step to attach the other leg (F). See Fig.3
4. Attach the other rocker connector (G) to the leg (F) using one
M6*60 screw (N), two washers (P) and one nut (Q). Repeat this
step to attach the other leg (F). See Fig.4
5. Attach the left arm (B) to the chair back (C) using two M6*35
screws (J) and two washers (P). Repeat this step to attach the
right arm (A). See Fig.5
6. Attach the chair seat (E) to the arm front side using two M6*20 screws (I), two washers (P) and two large washers (S). Attach the chair seat (E) to the arm rear side using two M6*35 screws and two washers (P). See Fig.6
7. Attach the assembled chair bucket to the lower end of the
rocker connector (G) using one M6*50 screw, two washers (P),
one spacer (O) and one nut (Q). Repeat this step to assemble
the other three connection points. See Fig.7
8. Fully tighten all screws using wrench (T) and Allen Key (U).
Cover all hardware with screw caps (H) and nut covers (R)
respectively. See Fig.8

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I need clear step by step instructions on how to transform the transfomer ultimate bumblebee from robot mode to car mode


Preparing For Transformation
  • Begin with the action figure fully transformed into Bumblebee. Face the figure toward you and bring his arms down to his sides and push his legs together. The figure should end up with all parts parallel to one another. At this point push the legs up toward Bumblebee's chest. The legs will slide upward so do not bend them.
  • Creating the Hood
  • With Bumblebee's legs secured, use your finger to lift under his chest plate, bringing what will be the hood of the car upward while the windows of the car will shift 90 degrees downward. Now bring the arms of the action figure straight up.
  • Final Transformation
  • The final step to transforming Bumblebee back into a car is to take the arms that are pointing up and bring them forward while also moving them toward the center of the figure. Notice the shoulders of Bumblebee have a rotating joint. This is what is used to guide the arms into place. Do not force them or the arms will break off, instead keep them moving until they firm into place, leaving no parts of the figure moving freely. Flip Bumblebee over and he will be in his car form.
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    I need a carburetor for a 1981 xs400 special. Does anybody know where I can get one without costing me an arm and a leg.


    In consideration of the arm and leg issue, Google " motorcycle salvage yamaha " and see what you can find. You may also consider gettin the parts needed to fix the carb. Many, but not all, parts are available at the website below. Please rate my answer. Thanks.
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