eightsmileys wrote:I doubt it is North fault except if that specific bridle line rubs on the leading edge while the kite is flying (thus it should had been reinforced)
My opinion...i have never used a North kite before so i don't know and that is the only case scenario that can justify that North has a problem in the design!
Mr 10%After repairing kites for the last 4 years i get to see such cracks on the leading edge in different brands and 90% of the cases are users fault-misuse! Hopefully you are in the 10%
Own the kite way less than a year, august, and it's only may now.You can still try contacting North for this but after having a kite for 1 year it is a long shot even if you used it or not!
Really, North warranty doesn't even cover 12 months!?!? Thought that was pretty much standard for manufacturing defects?You can still try contacting North for this but after having a kite for 1 year it is a long shot even if you used it or not!
Does any one know where you can get this stuff? 3M don't seem to list it.tautologies wrote:this is the same problem that Naish had in ughhhm 2006? They sent out these patches that held up perfect. Aramid / Kevlar or something like that made by 3M.
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