Reassembling the Rock Solid Master Articulating Arm

Posted by: on May 21, 2015 | 2 Comments

If you ever have need to reassemble the Rock Solid Master Articulating Arm, here are the step by step instructions (click on images to see them larger):

 

The Master Articulating Arm fully disassembled. Each piece is in the correct order that they should go back together in.
The Master Articulating Arm fully disassembled. Each piece is in the correct order that they should go back together in.
1. Add the spring to the arm with the bolt.
1. Add the spring to the arm with the bolt.
2. Add the second arm next with the "teeth" side contacting the "teeth" side of the first arm.
2. Add the second arm next with the “teeth” side contacting the “teeth” side of the first arm.
3. Add the silver cylinder to the bolt.
3. Add the silver cylinder to the bolt.
4. Add one of the silver washers to the bolt with the flat side down (towards the arms) and the groove side up.
4. Add one of the silver washers to the bolt with the flat side down (towards the arms) and the groove side up.
5. Add the brass colored washer with the bumps. The bumps should ride in the groove of the silver washer added in step 4.
5. Add the brass colored washer with the bumps. The bumps should ride in the groove of the silver washer added in step 4.
6. Add the last silver washer with the groove side down so it rides on the bumps from the brass washer. The smooth side will be up towards the end of the bolt.
6. Add the last silver washer with the groove side down so it rides on the bumps from the brass washer. The smooth side will be up towards the end of the bolt.
7. Screw the knob onto the bolt. Tighting the knob will push the washers and silver cylinder into the housing of the second arm. Tighten as needed.
7. Screw the knob onto the bolt. Tighting the knob will push the washers and silver cylinder into the housing of the second arm. Tighten as needed.

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2 thoughts on “Reassembling the Rock Solid Master Articulating Arm”

  1. Hi Josh / Liz,

    Thanks for putting up this written guide on putting up the pieces back together. I freaked out at first on seeing the parts fell off. Thanks a lot! Thumbs up to you guys, you have an excellent customer service.

    all the best,
    Chris

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