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    Senior Member TheAbleChef's Avatar
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    Need Quickie All Court Help...

    I want to move the leg strap back one position. It is fastened under the sling.
    Is it hard to remove the sling and put it back on by myself?
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    you've asked this before, I think, with little to no response. There aren't alot of ballers here. I'm unfamiliar with the chair myself, but I would try it.

    Worst case scenario you will learn something.

    Otherwise, you may want to contact a local team member or wait until your next practice and see what the guys think. Likely someone that knows exactly what needs to be done.

    Good luck!

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    Thanks Tooley! I'll ask around.
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    What do you mean you want to move the leg strap back one position? Are you talking about the calf strap or something else? Can you shoot me a pic? I am having problems understanding what you are moving.
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