Thu Sep 23, 2021 7:41 pm #1872125
Aerials wrote:leiafee wrote:One of my niggles since moving to the Skyranger is the almighty potch it is to get the harness to sit right. It rides up exactly like that. If any other Skyranger owners here have a fix I’m all ears.
The harness in our Skyranger is presumably the same as yours Leia. The lap strap leaves one's hip to make a direct line to the seat pan and back junction then onwards to the cross tube. There, it is wrapped around tube tu9 (2? or) 3 times before making the upward route to the seat pan and back junction then onward to the hip. My method of adjustment is to try to estimate the amount of slack or tightness on the adjustable side when the buckle is central and the strap is properly round the hips. Then, it is disembark, tilt the seat and pull the slack through one way or the other. It does involve moving the strap around the tube one turn at a time. Keep going till it's comfortable. Repeat for the shoulder harness straps.
It's a right faff and I'd rather have individual straps with individual adjustments but there's nowhere to anchor them.
One of the many reasons I have no interest in chancing my life to anything 'permit'. Quite frankly some of the accident reports and the diy nature of these designs is laughable in many circumstances.