Over the last 6 years, I have worn the ring maybe 90 times and have lost 3 diamonds on separate occasions. The last time I just put it away...that was 3 years ago. Piero Milano rep fixed it twice, but I wanted to return it and get something else. The ring was obviously flawed in design. My problem is there is no longer a rep here in the USA and when I contacted Piero Milano, they said there was nothing they could do because there wasn't a US rep.
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Re: Ring continues to lose diamonds if worn.
Be extra careful if your prongs are made of yellow gold, which is not very durable, and buy rings with white gold or platinum prongs if possible.
If you have a ring with invisible-set diamonds, do not wear it when doing any vigorous activity as shaking the ring hard may cause some of the stones to pop out of the mounting.
The same goes for rings with inlaid gemstones, which can easily fall off, especially if the glue holding them has gotten old and weak. Document Scanning Service
If it's just those tiny little diamonds they are usually dipped in a silver or gold tone and glued into place. If you have the diamonds using tweezers and E6000 glue found at local arts and crafts store. If not they are cheap to buy.
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the size of the ring will be determined by the bore size
so if it is a 3"(75mm) bore the ring will be that size if placed in the bore separate to the piston and pushed square and to the bottom of the bore the ring gap will denote if standard , worn or oversize to standard
new rings in new bores will have a ring gap of around .010"
worn rings will have a larger gap up to .040" and will have sharp edges where the ring lands wear the rings
over size rings in standard bore probably won't even fit in the bore to start with
ring sets are bought in standard size , .010" over size,.020" oversize,.030" oversize,.040" oversize with the oversize equalling the final hone of a machine bore
so if the machine shop bores the cylinder out to .020" oversize then you need .020" oversize rings to maintain the correct ring gap
from experience I have found that if I follow that rule , on measuring the ring gap at the bottom of the bore the ring gap is about .015" or half worn out
I counter this by getting the next size ring .030" and filing the ends of the rings at the gap to obtain the .010" gap This has produced better longer lasting repairs
It is a job for a jeweller. He will remove the diamond from its claws, re-solder the setting back on to the ring and then reset the diamond into the claws. Should cost you less than a 100 bucks, but is cheaper than losing a diamond.
There's not a lot us fixya guys can do. Apart from tell you that you'll need to go and see a diamond cutter or a bespoke jeweler to cut you some glass replacements. Or you could do something completely illegal and throw it away and get an insurance claim! Which could get you up to (depends on the size of the fraud) Ten years in prison.
You can go for non field mesh rings, which - similar I said- are exploit increasingly famous when it comes to work and wedding rings. First choices are emeralds, rubies, sapphires, quartz and amethysts but Swarovski crystals are healthful options too because it is popular and can be molded in any designs you require. Stones specified as garnet and opal are both of the gems which are now also situated at the place of meshing bands because of its fascinating look.
To cut glass can be very tricky but you will need a glass cutter which has a diamond tip or a pointed diamond will suffice in a pinch but if it is in a ring it will still cut the glass but will drastically reduce the value of the ring so a ring is a very last resort option. Ok assuming that you have the glass cutter or a pointed diamond, A very thick set of leather gloves and your piece of glass, Lay the piece of glass down and at the ends of the glass where you are cutting to place a match under the edge of the glass then simply score the glass in a straight line from match stick to match stick, After you have done this secure the piece of glass that will drop off by holding it and place your other hand the other side and press lightly down on the piece that would drop off after you separate the glass and it should just come apart. It may take a few goes to get it right as there is a knack to doing it. If you are still unsure a quick Google search will bring up heaps of you tube videos and other links to supply the information that you may require. I hope this helps.
Try screwing the air screw in and out - if screwing it out seems to help then you need to change your pilot (low speed) jet. I don't have any recommendations for you as far as size, but just get one the next smaller size from what's in there now. When perfectly sized, your air screw will like to be set around 1.5-2.0 turns from seat.
This could also be a sign that you need a new ring. The rings don't last long in these bikes - you need to re-reing quite frequently. it's a very common thing. Lower compression from a worn ring will make the motor act as if it's too rich due to incomplete combustion and lower combustion temps. A worn ring will show up at lower engine speeds first- much like you describe.
Non infield involvement rings are now pretty fashionable and a lot of women are point to realize their beauty. Amidst the knowingness of umpteen, non tract work rings were also the praise during the ancient and mediaeval nowadays. In fact, many gems are advised solon momentous than the diamonds. Emeralds for one were valued by ancient Moguls, business it their unspeakable designer. Rubies are also really rarified and are, until now, considered vocalist of all gems because of its unmated title and unrivaled exemplar. Non Diamond Engagement Rings