Please set the base aside for a moment and get the post.
lower (carpeted) post has a threaded nut inside the wooden part at the bottom
(which has printed on it the words: "to base") Thread the brown quickbolt
into the nut by gently inserting it into the hole at the bottom of the post.
DO NOT FORCE IT INTO THE HOLE. If the bolt does not easily engage the threads,
turn the bolt counter-clockwise a little and then try it again. You may need
to do this 2 or 3 times before it will catch the threads inside the post. Now
that you see how it connects, remove the bolt from the post and pick up the base.
2) Insert the bolt through the center hole of the base.
Pick up the lower (carpeted) post, and continue inserting the bolt GENTLY
through the base, and into the center hole of the post, as you did in step
1. Turn the bolt as far as possible with your fingers.
the assembly tool in the center of the bolt, and tighten the bolt just until it
stops. When it is tight enough, you should not be able to turn the post on the
base. Do not tighten too much. This is only a wood product. Overtightening
may crush or break the area around the hole.
Insert the threaded rod into the hole at the top of the lower post until it stops,
or until there is no less than 2 3/8 inches (approx. 6 cm) sticking up out of
6) Slowly spin the top (rope) post on the rod. Hold
it as straight (vertical) as possible. Maintain a neutral pressure (neither upward
nor downward pressure) on this post as you turn it. Pushing down on it could loosten
the nuts inside the posts. Turn it until it is tight. Tighten the quickbolt if
7) Step aside. Let your cat take over now.
contact us using the contact button on our website. When
ordering spare sisal tops, please provide the plug diameter
(3" or 4") & the wall thickness of the
tube outside the wooden plug, (about 1/4" to 1/2").
Your core may also be identified by a single letter, such
as A, B or C.