Swivel rocker chair allows a chair to rotate or roll instead of standing still. The ability to disassemble or separate parts of a wheelchair is based primarily on the manufacturer’s original construction. Many chairs are welded in the factory for further reinforcement of the product. If you examine your wheelchair with wheels and do not see nuts, bolts or bolts, then your chair is welded in the factory, and it will be almost impossible to separate or dismantle it without destroying it. If you have seen nuts, bolts, and screws in your product review, you can successfully dismantle your wheelchair.
Disassemble Swivel Rocker Chair
To disassemble it swivel rocker chair, work from the wheel upwards. The basic parts of a rotating chair are the head, pins (nut/ bolt/rivet), fasteners (pillars that fit the leg of the chair), shaft, line guards and wheel spring washers, which may be optional. Hold the product by the securing post.
Turn the swivel rocker chair so that you can see the master pin. This is the bolt inserted into the axle, inside the wheel. The wheel is between two forks connected to the head. According to the website All Casters, lightweight chairs have rivets, but heavy chairs feature pins that consist of bolts and strong bolts.