You want the big black 1/4" wrap-ties that the Telephone Company guy use. Hey! I'm an ex-Telephone Company guy! I went and checked in the garage on in the telephone stuff box.... oops.... all out. Scoot over to Lowes.... just little 1/8" wrap-ties. Okay, ask one of my Telephone Company type guys that are still working. . . . . Wait a minute... I thought telephone vans were as common as fleas but I couldn't see anyone running around.
Whatever. Next time I see one I'll ask if he could "accidently" drop one. You can do the same.
Last Edit: Apr 10, 2014 19:40:21 GMT -5 by Paladin
I think this is more of a distraction attempting to get it set right than it's worth. Anything that takes your focus off the road is not a good idea IMHO.
agreed. if i try to get it to work on my scoot i would only use it for long trips.
I think most would agree, this is not meant to use for a daily commute. Its more meant to use when you're traveling long distances on a straight road for hours at a time and your wrist starts to cramp up.I wouldn't use it in traffic or curvy roads.
Post by shalomdawg on Apr 11, 2014 10:13:15 GMT -5
howdy and yup to the above it would , however, at least give you an opportunity to rest that arm and hand on longs stretches of road. I have ridden this last scooter on some longer trips and liked to take the left arm and rest it for a minute or so and it would be nice to do the same with the right one.
lotsa miles and smiles to ya ken
Last Edit: Apr 11, 2014 10:14:50 GMT -5 by shalomdawg
Post by josepharra on Apr 16, 2014 11:08:10 GMT -5
Try a catapillar O ring. they were available on e bay for just a few cents. I bought several a couple of years ago and have only used one. The large black O rings you can get at the hardware store will not last but these yellow ones will. The best thing about this setup is that when not in use they can be rolled out of the way. josepharra