Posted: Mon Sep 21, 2009 9:54 pm
seales wrote:Elusive stranger, have you tried reducing the length of the yo-yo line+/ ensuring the ends are at the leading edge when wrapped? If the lines sit too far tipwards releasing becomes pretty difficult. Also, treat it gently when unwrapping. It wasn't designed to have a line there .
Do you mean the length of the "joiner" between the lines? (bit confused)
But I've got a retrofit roll bar kit coming in the post Tim's going to do some fitting instructions.
I couldn't get her to wrap up on Fri but I'm blaming that on the wind around here. 3 sides of the playiing field have houses/trees
But..... I got the STX to axel, cascade, flick flack, lazy susans and a couple of yoyos tonight. I found out that the bridle on that had been altered - turning circle of an oil tanker. It was about 3.5" too long on the spine to tow point! Now almost spins on the spot. Wind was less than walking speed. I'm