The passenger footboards can be adjusted to three different positions.
Mounting Arm Height
See Figure 1. The lower shoulder screw (1) is not normally removed. The mounting arm slides up and down with the lower shoulder screw in place. If the lower shoulder screw is removed, install and tighten to 5.4–8.1 N·m (48–72 in-lbs).
1. Remove the height adjustment screw (2).
2. Slide the mounting arm up or down to align the mounting arm hole to a selected adjustment hole (3, 4, or 5).
3. Install the adjustment screw through the mounting arm into the selected adjustment hole. Tighten to 48.8–57 N·m (36–42 ft-lbs).
1Lower shoulder screw
2Height adjustment screw
3Lower hole
4Middle hole
5Top hole
Figure 1. Footboard Height Adjustment (rotating arm and footboard removed)
Rotating Arm Angle
See Figure 2. The rotating arm (1) is mounted on a toothed ratchet that only allows 90 degrees of rotation.
1. Loosen the lower screw (2).
2. Rotate the rotating arm to desired footboard height.
3. Tighten the screw to 34–40 N·m (25–30 ft-lbs).
Footboard Angle
The footboard is mounted a toothed ratchet that only allows 90 degrees of rotation.
1. See Figure 2. Loosen upper screw (3) to allow the footboard to rotate.
2. Rotate footboard (4) to horizontal or to a desired angle.
3. Tighten upper screw to 34–40 N·m (25–30 ft-lbs).
1Rotating arm
2Lower screw
3Upper screw
Figure 2. Rotating Arm and Footboard