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    handcycle pulls to right

    ive noticed my xlt pro is pulling to the right and the front tire leans to the right a little ive messed with the road compensator but doesnt seem to help any ideas
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    update went out and turned the road compensator now the hole tire is stuck leaning way over to the right how do i fix this
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    Your caliper brakes aren't slightly rubbing, right?

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    no but now the road compensator fell off and the spring and a bolt flew out the black rod fell out the silver ends are still connected
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    Time to gather up all the parts and make a trip to the local bike shop.

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    anyone know about the screw that goes in this silver tube do you just screwit down tight or what
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    I bet Patrick can help you

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    Did you ever get this corrected?

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    Quote Originally Posted by djrolling View Post
    Did you ever get this corrected?

    yes it was the road compensator and pat did help
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