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Old 10-08-2015, 07:25 PM   #61
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One reason I think may be the prob with me, I usually roll left to right. Elbow and pressure is on right, I think this works the cover loose to the left, if I have to change direction of elbow or roll direction, it screws with my mojo.
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Old 10-08-2015, 09:43 PM   #62
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Sherlocks would be a great cage if they didn't squeak
We have attempted to address the "squeaky" Sherlock frame issue. The bearings that allow the cage to spin on the shaft of the frame have been redesigned. Recent production runs include these new bearings. The old bearings were white. The new bearings are black. Testing has shown the the "squeak" is greatly reduced and in most cases totally eliminated.
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Old 10-08-2015, 10:27 PM   #63
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Anyhoo, I've been using the Richards frames for the last few years. Love 'em, haven't had a squeaky one yet. Easy to keep clean too.

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That looks like a Purdy with some holes for the residual water to drain out so you don't fling water when you roll.
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I have looked at the Richards catalog a couple of times. They have a couple of neat looking products and I know their quality is pretty top notch. To bad I don't have a vendor for them
It actually took me more time than I want to admit to track this cage down... but here it is in hyde (parent company)'s online store. They do have a discount for opening a pro account.
http://hydestore.com/richard-92013-9...ip-handle.html

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