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How to Assemble Razor Skates

So, as you may or may not have noticed Razor Skates are now coming in partially disassembled from the manufacturer, the frames are not attached to the boot. So here’s a walk through on how to put together your new skates, 2 bolts per frame to mount to each boot. Check out the photos below:
If you have any questions or issues, please give us a call 1-800-772-2502, Mon – Fri, 9am – 5pm pst.
On the left, the frame with the wheel assembly. On the right, the boot. In the middle is two plastic bags, which should include: an allen wrench, 4 receivers, 2 short bolts, & two long bolts. These are what your going to be using to mount the frame to the skate.

A close up of the contents of the plastic bags.

Loosen up the laces, and un-do the buckle.

Then remove the liner from the plastic shell. The strap on the back of the liner is meant for carrying your skates, don’t get all crazy tugging and pulling on it. Next step remove the tan bedding from the bottom of the shell.

There’s two pre-drilled holes in the bottom of the boot shell. Place one of the silver receivers in the front.

Place another one in the back.

Now your ready to mount your frame. Be sure to use the longer bolt for the back & the shorter bolt for the front. Your going to have to put your hand inside of the shell and hold the silver receivers in place while you tighten the short and long bolts.

Flip the skate up side down, put your hand on the inside to hold the silver receiver into place and tighten the bolt with the provided allen wrench. DONT OVER TIGHTEN THE BOLT, just go for normal hand tightness, more than that will strip the wrench or bolts. And that’s never fun.
Repeat the same action for the back bolt. Be sure your using the smaller one on the front, and the larger one on the back.

Put the tan bedding back into the shell.

Put the liner back into the shell. Repeat for the other skate. And your good to go!
Be sure to check all bolts and make sure they are not loose.

If you have any questions or issue, please give us a call 1-800-772-2502, Mon – Fri, 9am – 5pm pst.


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