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  1. The tubes that make up your rack uprights can vary by .03" (~1/32") above or below 3”. If you have racks from other manufacturers, particularly those made from metric tube, they can be .06" (~1/16”) or more below 3”.
    • The tubes that make up your rack uprights can vary by .03" (~1/32") above or below 3”. If you have racks from other manufacturers, particularly those made from metric tube, they can be .06" (~1/16”) or more below 3”.

    • Athlete preference for fit also varies.

    • As shipped, the Monster Pritchett Pad is designed to fit snug on the most common tube size which is around 3.015" (3-1/64").

    • If you received the calibration kit that means that the fit is either tighter or looser than you desire.

  2. Determine if your Monster Pritchett Pad is too loose or too tight for your preference.
    • Determine if your Monster Pritchett Pad is too loose or too tight for your preference.

    • Remove the indicated Clasp Plastic using the provided Hex Key.

    • Install the Monster Pritchett Pad back on your rack upright with indicated plastic removed for test fitting process.

  3. If Monster Pritchett Pad is too tight for your desired fit, slide the included Thin Clasp Plastic into gap to test fit.
    • If Monster Pritchett Pad is too tight for your desired fit, slide the included Thin Clasp Plastic into gap to test fit.

    • If desired fit is achieved, screw countersink screws back onto clasp plastic and fully tighten.

    • If clasp is too loose, proceed to Step 4.

  4. If your Pritchett Pad clasp is too loose for desired fit, remove the backing from UHMW Tape shims and install 6X shims on the back of Clasp Plastic as shown.
    • If your Pritchett Pad clasp is too loose for desired fit, remove the backing from UHMW Tape shims and install 6X shims on the back of Clasp Plastic as shown.

    • Note: extra tape shims are provided in the calibration kit. Shims can be stacked on top of each other to further calibrate the tightness of your Monster Pritchett Pad.

    • Once you find a desirable fit, re-install plastic using original screws and included Hex Key. Tighten screws all the way down until the Hex Key becomes difficult to turn.

    • Test the fit again to ensure proper fit. If still not a desirable fit after completing this process, you can tweak the fit in small increments by continuing to stack or remove UHMW Tape as needed.

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