I need the exact size for bolts used in model 8800W
I need the exact size for the 4 gold long allen bolts (o), and 4 short Allen bolts with blue locking patch (P) for Simpicity "winnie-the-poo" crib model 8800W. They were lost and I need to replace them, I have a baby due in a month 1/2. Thank you
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Use a long 6mm allen to remove the bolts. Tap the centers of the allen bolts with a hammer and punch to loosen them before removal. I always use a butterfly air tool to remove them. Super easy! You'll want to replace the allen bolts and copper washers when assembling the forks.
I am not quite sure which bolts you are talking about, BUT if it is the 1/4" Base bolts then first remove them 1 at a time and loctite them to avoid them coming loose again in the future (Blue loctite). To remove/tighten the back 2 bolts, insert the long end of the allen wrench though the hole in the white base plate. Hook a 7/16" closed end wrench on the short end and tighten the bolt. If you are refering to the two upper bolts on the magazine, then you must remove the 4 larger bolts from the base first. Remove the Base. Tighten the magazine bolts and re-install the Base
Step 1: Detach the front panel from the 2 front post using an allen wrench Step 2: If the mattress support is not in the lowest position unscrew the bolts and move it to the lowest position Step 3: Using the allen wrench, attach the guard rail using 4 bolts between the lest and right front post (the guard rail would be that extra piece that you couldn't do anything with while the bed was converted to a crib. Looks kinda like a wooden board) Step 4: Tighten all screws and put the crib mattress back in