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EnCase Pump User Manual

Contents

Opening the Pump for Use (and Closing Again) 

- Remove the valve cover seal. This seal locks into a groove on the valve housing, so to open it, pry it off on one side with the tips of your fingers. The seal can then be rotated in its groove to be out of the way of pumping. 

 


- Twist open the Enviro-Lock to access the handle. With one hand, hold down on the knurled plastic and rotate the handle to the left with your other hand. The Enviro-Lock Screw can be slid up and out of the way for pumping. Best practice is to clean as much dirt and debris off of the outer cylinder before sliding up the Enviro-Lock screw. If the Enviro-Lock screw is hard to slide up, consider cleaning out any debris from inside the Enviro-Lock screw and regreasing.

- When closing the pump do both steps in reverse. Twist the handle onto the Enviro-Lock until it completely covers the external O-ring and bottoms out on the plastic. Push the valve cover seal back onto the valve housing until it pops into the groove evenly.

*NOTE: when the valve cover seal is on, you will not be able to compress the handle. Remove the cover, compress the handle, twist on the Enviro-Lock, and then press on the valve cover seal.


Proper Pump Connection and Pumping Technique 

- There are no fussy screw on or flip up features on the encase pump. To attach to your valve, simply insert your open valve into the head and pull up firmly until the valve bottoms out inside the head. 


- Always support the pump head on the valve core with one hand. This can be done by bracing the top of the head or by hooking a finger into the groove on the back of the head. 

*Note, pumping without the head supported can cause the pump seal on the valve to come loose or even damage the valve stem. If the head comes loose from the valve while pumping, firmly press it back onto your valve stem until it bottoms out and resume pumping. 


Accessing the Tool Compartment 

- The tool compartment is located inside the inner cylinder and handle. If your pump has a tool sleeve, or tire plug tool, that’s where you’ll find them. 


- For best results, pinch the end cap with your thumb and first finger and pull straight out. You can also use multiple fingers to pinch and pull/twist the end cap from the top. Trying to rock the cap by pushing/pulling only on one side will not work well if you have a tool sleeve or tire plugger installed. Always pull the sleeve straight out. 


- When returning the tool or end cap to the pump, press down firmly in the center of the cap until you feel the cap snap into the groove. It should be even on all sides.


Mounting your Pump on your Bike 

- You can use the included frame mount bracket to attach your pump to your frame. The bracket mounts to any standard two bolt bottle bosses and can be flipped in any direction. 


- The bracket has two different sized clips that match with the pump handle and outer cylinder. Do not put the pump in backwards. Instead, flip your bracket around to mount in a specific configuration. 


*NOTE: if you are using the long pump with both encase tools, it may be safer to mount the pump with the end cap facing up. On extremely hard impacts, when the long pump is fully loaded with both tools, the sleeve may pop out and slide out the bottom - The straps on your bracket can also be flipped depending on your configuration and what you find is most convenient. Simply pry the straps off of the posts on the bracket and flip them to the other side.


- The bracket has a second set of mounting holes further inwards. The bracket is designed to have trimmable ears so that you can mount your bracket closer in if desired. This may be the case if you are using something like the Wolf Tooth Bottle Shift System, or mounting on a frame with small diameter tubes. 


- To remove the ears you can either snap them off using a bench vise or pliers along the break line, or use snippers to trim them off. See the service manual for more in depth instructions.

    Right to Repair. Replacement parts are available for this product.  Wolf Tooth EnCase Pump Service Guide