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     Catalog NumberPart 

      47000214TC5000 Box 1 Wrnty Only
    TC5000 Box 1 Wrnty Only
    $764.96 / each
      13003141TC5000 RR DR CVR DECAL,FF2688
    TC5000 RR DR CVR DECAL,FF2688
    $58.19 / each
      47001297TC5000/3000 Own/AsyMnl G, INTL
      47001298TC5000/3000 Own/AsyMnl I, INTL
      47001299TC5000/3000 Own/AsyMnl F, INTL
      47001296TC5000/3000 Own/AsyMnl E, INTL
      13007646TC5000,LED Electronics, 2008
    TC5000,LED Electronics, 2008
    $145.02 / each
      13007648TC5000,LT Upright,2008
    TC5000,LT Upright,2008
    $42.41 / each
      13007649TC5000,RT Upright, 2008
    TC5000,RT Upright, 2008
    $42.89 / each
      13008395TC5000 CNSL Kit, BFX, US ONLY
    TC5000 CNSL Kit, BFX, US ONLY
    $338.80 / each
      13003140TC5000 TREAD/CVR DECALS,FF2679
    TC5000 TREAD/CVR DECALS,FF2679
    $17.16 / each
    Wire harness, Speed Sensor - Product Image 47000056Wire harness, Speed Sensor
    Speed sensor wire harness used on Bowflex models: TC1000, TC3000, TC5000, TC5300.1.
    $5.51 / each
      47000744No Longer Available BFX TC5000 Upper Plastic w/Overlay
    BFX TC5000 Upper Plastic w/Overlay
      47000142Kit, Harware
    Retro fit hardware kit.  TC5000
    $13.59 / each
    Shock, Kit, Version 1 - Product Image 47000050No Longer Available Shock, Kit, Version 1
    Shock used on Bowflex models: TC1000, TC3000, TC5000 treadclimbers.   NOTE:  Bowflex® TreadClimber® models TC1000, TC3000, and TC5000 were redesigned mechanically for release in early 2008. Changes include the elimination of the teeter mechanism, change to spring-return style shocks, and a different style treadle locking mechanism. Although both versions are still very similar in design and function there are differences in replacement parts. It is always important to identify the unit as a Version #1 (2004-2007) or Version #2 (after 2007). DETERMINING IF A TREADCLIMBER IS VERSION #1 OR VERSION #2: Perform the following test to check to determine machine version: 1. Go to the front of the machine where the red treadle-lock lever is located and unlock the Bowflex® TreadClimber® treadles. 2. Use your foot to push down one of the treadles as far down as it will go. Remove your foot. a. If the depressed treadle rises to the resting position and the opposite treadle does not move, machine is the current (Version #2) design. b. If the depressed treadle remains in the down position and the opposite treadle raises, machine is the earlier (Version #1) design.
      13003248No Longer Available Kit, Retro
    Retro fit kit, TC5000
    Shock Kit, Version 2 - Product Image 24005007No Longer Available Shock Kit, Version 2
    Shock Kit for Version 2 treadclimbers   NOTE:  Bowflex® TreadClimber® models TC1000, TC3000, and TC5000 were redesigned mechanically for release in early 2008. Changes include the elimination of the teeter mechanism, change to spring-return style shocks, and a different style treadle locking mechanism. Although both versions are still very similar in design and function there are differences in replacement parts. It is always important to identify the unit as a Version #1 (2004-2007) or Version #2 (after 2007). DETERMINING IF A TREADCLIMBER IS VERSION #1 OR VERSION #2: Perform the following test to check to determine machine version: 1. Go to the front of the machine where the red treadle-lock lever is located and unlock the Bowflex® TreadClimber® treadles. 2. Use your foot to push down one of the treadles as far down as it will go. Remove your foot. a. If the depressed treadle rises to the resting position and the opposite treadle does not move, machine is the current (Version #2) design. b. If the depressed treadle remains in the down position and the opposite treadle raises, machine is the earlier (Version #1) design.

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