Frame" to change or not to change

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  1. silverfridge

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    When i said there was a problem with my Qu-ax 24, where one fork is
    longer than the other, it is a problem it was made with, and now i can
    either send it back, or have a tilt in the wheel, which will not do
    anything to affect the uni at all except if a bit of dirt gets stuck
    in, it would have a little less space than the other side, but i don't
    wan't to have to miss out unicycling any longer than i have to
    so here is the question:

    1. Should i send it back, and get a "better" one

    2.Or keep my old one, with a harmless fault,

    bear in mind i did pay $515, and for that price i would expect it to be
    perfect, but are slight differences in forks a common thing, in


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  2. unifiend454

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  3. trials_uni

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    send it back...for that price you shouldnt have any issues with it.
    definately send it back.


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  4. KcTheAcy

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    silverfridge wrote:
    > bear in mind i did pay $515, and for that price i would expect it to be
    > perfect, but are slight differences in forks a common thing, in
    > manufacturing?

    I don't think is possible to buy a Qu-Ax for $515, where did you buy it
    from, New Zealand? Sorry if i burst your bubble but you got riped.


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  5. Ottawa Dave

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    If one frame leg is only a tiny bit shorter than the other, try makeing
    a shim out of a pop can. Cut a little stip of metal and put it in the
    top of the bearing holder that is on the short side to straighten
    things out.

    Bush mechanics.

    Get out there and ride your new uni.

    Cheers Dave

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  11. litldude2

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    Everyone wrote:
    > Send it back!
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  13. skate4flip

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    515.00 AUD (Australia Dollars) = 384.644 USD (United States Dollars)


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  14. timmy_nz

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  15. Definitely keep it, unless it is off by like a centimeter. Both my
    trials and muni frames are off a little bit, and so are most frames I
    have seen. It doesn't make a difference. Do you really want to wait
    2-1/2 weeks to be able to ride a unicycle that will be effectively the
    same as the one you have now?


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  16. manic_mark

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    keep it, my nimbus is slightly off, and it makes no difference at all,
    unless its a long way out. If your that bothered, cut a little shim to
    put in the bearing holder of the short side to even it out, a coke can
    would probably work, ive used a piece of rubber, works a treat


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  17. silverfridge

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    Hey guys,
    thanks a bundle,
    i contacted Kris Holm, he said don't worry, so i stuck it in some shim,
    hey that rhymes, but i couldnt have done it without some words of
    advice from all u champs,
    So to all u good people out there,


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