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Re: I have a basket case???

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  • SF Nazdarovye
    The ones on the Lekis also take a bit of pressure to get the threads to engage - pull toward the tip if you re unscrewing; push toward the handle if you re
    Message 1 of 8 , May 30 7:18 PM
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      The ones on the Lekis also take a bit of pressure to get the threads to
      engage - pull toward the tip if you're unscrewing; push toward the
      handle if you're screwing them on. Once they engage, you're set.


      On May 30, 2004, at 6:52 PM, Rick wrote:
      >>
      > Jamie,
      >
      > Hopefully not mortally wounded or blinded by doing what Shane suggests,
      > you will be able to read this suggestion. My MSR carbons do have twist
      > on, twist off baskets. Looking at the bottom of the basket, holding
      > the
      > pole securely in one hand, I twist the basket counter-clockwise so the
      > tab moves fully to the other end of the groove designed for it to slide
      > in. Then I pull the basket toward me and it comes right off. As
      > opposed
      > to Steve's suggestion, I hold on to the smallest diameter pole
      > segment. If I lock all the pole segments, and turn the basket, it
      > just
      > loosens the segment instead of turning the basket.
      >
      > Rick
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