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I need to know how to align the wheels on a skateboard
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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There are two answers to this problem:
1) The suspension on the front swivel wheels on the Cameleon are adjustable. As the child gets older (and heavier), his/her weight might effect the handling of the stroller. It is recommended that the suspension be adjusted. To do this, move the suspension adjustment forward, as it increases its strength.
2) There has been significant conversation about this problem with the Cameleon's veering if the chassis was purchased before 2007. If so, contact bugaboo via bugaboo.com. Bugaboo will ask you for your serial number, etc. to research whether it is something that is obviously defective.
If you have any further questions, or need help contacting the company, don't hesitate to contact us anytime!
Posted on Oct 02, 2008
Could be one of two things....
1 - you may have bad cartridges (usually the color)...when the machine does an alignment it looks for specific marks on the paper...ie..green check marks before each line etc...if the correct marks are not there you will get an alignment failure...if the green check marks are there etc then you have a different problem...first replace color cartridge with a HP Brand cartridge
2- spot sensor on the side of carriage is not working...this is the little blue/green light that comes on during alignment. Its what reads the markings on paper so if the markings are correctly there and you still get this error then the spot sensor needs to be replaced. Simple fix that u can do. We sell the spot sensor for $15
Posted on Nov 06, 2008
Can't believe they don't have the numbers. but, not being in the
business anymore, I don't either. However if you want to do something
yourself, likely you can get it close by the" is it wearing and where'
method, till you get the specs. Most have an excentric on the steering
knuckle strut mount. Mark current position with something that won't
wash off then turn excentric to move the top of the tire away from the
area that's wearing, and lock it down. this changes your camber
setting. If wheel is off center, center it and lock in place. sight
down tire and see if one is visibly turned more in or out than the
other. adjust that one first to make it reasonably straight by
loosening collar on tie rod end. Count number of turns you made to the
collar so you can return to original position if needed (write it down)
Then measure distance between center of both tires at the front and
rear of each, in the same place. The total measurement should be around
one-quarter inch less at the front. If not, adjust each tire one half
of the difference. Monitor tread wear after you do this and make any
fine adjustments needed. Most of these do not have a caster adjustment,
so don't bother with that.
I'm certain though that you will find a shop with those specs if you look a bit harder, but you may need to go beyond where you normally travel.
If your car is not wearing tires radically, or pulling badly, I would leave it alone till you find a more informed shop.
Posted on May 23, 2009
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