What if they discovered a disease and nobody wanted it?
Thursday, September 14, 2006
Since you brought back the ATM undercarriage with solid rear tires, there have been no flats or fear of flats.
In another incident apparently showing flaws in the ATM design, the front tire again came off the rim after I hit some small lip in the concrete. Using the one spare front wheel we had on hand, my glorious and sexy wife managed to fix the chair despite pinching her fingers with pliers, and despite her back pains, while I shivered beside the car in shorts.
Can you please send us and bill us for two replacement front wheels?
Question: Since it is lateral force that dislodges the front tire, might it help to reinforce by applying epoxy to the tire and rim?
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