Law enforcement estimates place the number of annual bicycle thefts at nearly 1.5 million. A proper lock can guard against theft and serve as a visual deterrent for would-be thieves. Onguard combination locks allow you to set your own combination. This feature offers you the advantage of selecting a personal combination, and changing that combination as many times as needed or desired.
Arrange the dials to your current or pre-set four-digit combination. Check that that the numbers are aligned with the guide points beside the dials.
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Press the "Open" button and pull the Onguard lock shackle to the open position.
Rotate the reset wheel, on the side of the lock, clockwise until it stops.
Use the dials to input a new four-digit combination. Again, align the combination with the guide points. Remember or write down the combination at this point. Once the combination is set, the lock cannot be opened without using the same sequence of numbers.
Rotate the reset wheel counterclockwise until it stops.
Press the Onguard lock shackle back down into the body of the lock.
Set the dials to your current or pre-set four-digit combination. Align the sequence with the guide points on either side of the dials.
Pull the Onguard combination lock open.
Note the reset collar at the side of the dials. Rotate the reset collar clockwise until it stops.
Set the dials to a new four-digit combination. Again, align the sequence with the guide points. Remember or write down your combination. After the combination is set, it must be entered again to unlock the locking post.
Rotate the reset collar counterclockwise until it stops.
Press the locking post back into the lock.
Always lock your bicycle through the frame and the front wheel. If possible, remove the front wheel and place it beside the rear wheel. Then, pass the lock through both wheels as well as the frame.