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Old 07-09-17, 08:29 AM   #51
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...Maybe I'll be able to find new bearings for the original wheels...
Most likely, as you mentioned above to have adjusted them, has the Strida 2 the open cone bearings of the Strida 1 and not those common ball bearings which where used for version 3 upwards.

Unfortunately took Ming cycle all the helpful ancient manuals off their download page;
but at Mr. Sanders issuu page we can still find them, they're very informative and somewhat like wine - the old ones are better ;
https://issuu.com/mark77a/docs/strida1-owners-manual
https://issuu.com/mark77a/docs/strida3-owners-manual

and there's much more - in celebration of the 30th year of Strida production 2017 wrote

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...Ming Cycle have now owned Strida for 10 years, since 2007.
The relationship I have with Ming they cleverly describe as follows:

"Mark - you are the 'Father of Strida'.
Strida is your daughter.
Now she has grown up and has married.
She is now married to Ming cycles"...
https://issuu.com/mark77a/docs/strid..._by_mark_final
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Old 07-09-17, 12:35 PM   #52
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Unfortunately took Ming cycle all the helpful ancient manuals off their download page;
but at Mr. Sanders issuu page we can still find them, they're very informative and somewhat like wine - the old ones are better ;
https://issuu.com/mark77a/docs/strida1-owners-manual
https://issuu.com/mark77a/docs/strida3-owners-manual
and there's much more - in celebration of the 30th year of Strida production 2017 wrote
https://issuu.com/mark77a/docs/strid..._by_mark_final
Thanks for those links!
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