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That's why I suggested bending it as straight as he can and doing a alignment. Looking at the photo the bend isn't significant.
T.T. may say to replace the part if asked from a liability position.
University of Michigan
I've taken the twist out of wood by wrapping it in a wet towel and twisting the wood in the opposite direction. It's a crap shoot but can work. Keep the wood wet for a day or two then check your results.
Finn59 wrote: »
$35 for a new tie rod. I passed. Bent mine back gently. New part came today. Weather will prevent riding for a week. No rush. Have to see if rear rim
Don't forget to do a front wheel alignment. quick and easy to check.
JamesR wrote: »
one of the sights a ways back - okefenokee state park, just over the north florida border. only the true fisherman would be on the water there during a south georgia summer. tis miserable camping in a swamp that time of year.
Ironman1518 wrote: »
Which crankset do you have on your trike? UNLESS I am wrong that Park should work, if you have a square ended BB axle. I've used min on Many 3 piece cranksets, even "octalink". Best wishes.
He had the wrong Park tool. I nee…
Gordon_O wrote: »
I'm talking to my dealer about changing to a triple, but not for your reason.
I want to switch to something like 26/36/46. Going down hills I spin out above 20 mph. I want to do more than sit and coast down the hills.
I have ne…
Finn59 wrote: »
Pipe is aluminum. Hey, I have some carbon fiber of a sail mast/boom for the yak I don’t use much anymore. Hmm..
Yes ! You could make all sort of stuff from the mast ! Just don't breath the dust when cutting or sanding.