Heel toe shifter


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LACDASWE
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Heel toe shifter

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I have these http://wingstuff.com/products/2624-kury ... el-shifter on my wing. Problem is they continually work loose in the pivot, just wondering if anyone else has encountered this problem. If I put a bit of blue lock tight on the allen screw inside would this resolve the issue ?


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Re: Heel toe shifter

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Yes, blue loctite would help. Don't be shy with it. I don't know if it would be enough to hold it for a long time, but you will get better service than you are getting now.
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Re: Heel toe shifter

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Thanks, I'm gonna give a try tomorrow night after work.
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Re: Heel toe shifter

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Loctite worked great, 2 nights riding and holding. ;)


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