KaleOsaurusRex Posted June 7, 2015 Share Posted June 7, 2015 So, I really should have taken pictures but I did a repair. I got a TG T3 aka Muzeli Electric Unicycle, which I know is an OEM model that many people end up with here. You know this one: The rubber red side pad covers a white plastic panel, that is screwed into place with a bunch of tiny screws. Basically all the screw holes were worn huge on the used one I got, and the whole panel and cushion assembly was held together with caulk. I'm just learning, so when I dropped it the battery was dangling by the wire! This happened a few times.So I knew I had to attach the panel better. I tried just glue, which lasted about a day, then the battery was swinging scary again.So I took the panel off, cleaned all the glue off real good with my pocketknife, and cleaned the screw holes. Then I found some larger screws (too large) applied glue and then hand tightened the screws right into the plastic. Feels solid man.I put a bunch of glue on the white panel and slapped the red cushion back on. Put some weight on there; let it cure 24 hours.Too much glue. Talk about a sticky ankle...So less glue and some more curing time now; my fingers are crossed. But I think this time around I'm getting out the tape too. Any suggestions on a better way to make the cushion stick? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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