Assembly Instructions Page 2
Models SCR, MCR, LCR, SSR, MSR, LSR, SSP, MSP, LSP, SCP, MCP, LCP, MS8, and MC8

5) Pick up the threaded rod. Insert the rod into the center of the wooden plug, and turn it until it stops. There should be about 5/8" to 3/4" (16-19mm) showing above the wood (Figure F). If there is a white line on the rod, it will be just below the plane of the wooden plug when correctly screwed in. NOTE: a spare threaded rod is provided for your convenience. When you invert the sisal post after one end has been worn from scratching, the rod may need to be loosened with a pliers. This may damage the threads on the original rod. So you will want to use the spare threaded rod to reassemble your scratching post.

6) Position the top platform onto the exposed threaded rod. Turn the platform until it stops, and then one more quarter turn. Do not over tighten. This may damage the fasteners which hold the platform in place. Just tighten the platform as described above. Your cat will not be able to budge it. (Figure G). If necessary, tighten the quick bolt on the base a little more. If you have bought a square top pedestal, you can loosen the bolt on the base so you can align the top platform with the base, then tighten it as you did before.

7) You should have a completed scratching post as shown in  Figure H. Go get a cat and show off your job to him. Then step away from the post and let the cat take over.

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