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    Ottawa, Canada
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    KS14D, KS18L

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  1. 590 mm x 495 mm x 180 mm, with 495 mm being the diameter of the shell, I believe...
  2. Hi Phylip, We could certainly go for a ride Best
  3. UK and NZ - same here in Canada- you can’t carry anything for self defense. Perhaps that’s a part of the Commonwealth law?
  4. after they legalized pot, euc should not be an issue
  5. I have seen a guy downtown Ottawa, but that’s about it... Funny tthough, my daughter and I caused a couple of minor traffic jams with people popping out of their cars to film us or ask “wtf is that thing?” The next questions are usually if it is hard to ride, is it expensive and where did you get it…
  6. Ottawa, ON KS18L, and my daughter on a KS14D
  7. Hi everyone. Here is an attempt to modify KS18L light pattern using a mirror to deflect some of the light directly in front of the unicycle. Quickly drafted the part and printed the prototype. 1st image - original pattern 2nd- modified Any suggestions are highly appreciated!
  8. About the tension sensor: the guy in the video shows that the (perpendicular) plate in the lower part of the aluminum handle has some play within its (plastic) groove. He suggests that while installing/adjusting the tension sensor screw, the plate on the handle must be set in the “lowest” possible position, to allow upward movement when the handle is lifted. The sensor screw is tightened to allow reliable connection between handle plate and sensor plate, but it is important not to overtighten it to make it immobile.
  9. On-the-sidewalk disassembly of a locked 18L by Russian guys:
  10. Updated my 14D to 1.08, no perceptible difference as compared to 1.07
  11. Hi, I am in Allentown, PA If we could meet somewhere halfway I guess I would buy the wheel. Thanks, A.
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