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merl
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ozone megatron 2008 releases too easily

Postby merl » Sun Jun 30, 2013 10:41 am

What's the recommended way to prevent the original megatron quick release from firing too easily? Tape? Stronger elastic?

Also, I don't have a stopper on the leashed line is there a good trick for putting a stopper on the line?

Cheers

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Re: ozone megatron 2008 releases too easily

Postby AndrewJMcGee » Sun Jun 30, 2013 3:54 pm

Slingshot sells one stopper ball i added to a line in 2008. They (Ozone) did add beefed up elastic in later years. I would connect suicide if mine was releasing.

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Re: ozone megatron 2008 releases too easily

Postby merl » Sun Jun 30, 2013 9:48 pm

AndrewJMcGee wrote:Slingshot sells one stopper ball i added to a line in 2008. They (Ozone) did add beefed up elastic in later years. I would connect suicide if mine was releasing.


Thanks Andrew. I agree with connecting suicide, but this was for a relative beginner who was releasing accidentally while fumbling to get into the straps.

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Re: ozone megatron 2008 releases too easily

Postby plummet » Mon Jul 01, 2013 2:15 am

If its worn and sloppy perhaps invest in a new chicken loop.


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