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  • Aria magnesium chair with round betty dino's as standard option.

    Here are pictures of a new company manufacturing Magnesium Chairs out of Italy. They will be offered with Dino wheels as there standard wheel option. I have not seen/used one physically as of yet. More of it can be seen on our Facebook page.Click image for larger version

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  • #2
    It's easy to see why they picked your wheels, they make the chair look good. From the angle of those pictures it looks like the casters are closer to the rear wheels than Tilite uses which I do not understand the desire to be so close.
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    • #3
      Originally posted by nonoise View Post
      It's easy to see why they picked your wheels, they make the chair look good.
      Agreed. That single post holding the frame to the axle tube feels a little sketchy though.

      From the angle of those pictures it looks like the casters are closer to the rear wheels than Tilite uses which I do not understand the desire to be so close.
      Depends on the setup. My TR3's geometry is similar and the casters trail ~1" behind the front of the rear tires. It's more nimble that way.

      (mine: 85deg front angle, 16+1.5" seat depth, 3" COG, 25" rear wheels, 5" casters)

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      • #4
        I like it. Though, the distance between edge of seat and that curve to the backrest looks odd, being so far. I've liked that design since seeing Todd's (owner of ADI) custom ZR. Something about a frame designed as one continuous curve appeals to me quite a lot. The single post does seem sketchy, -Scott-.
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        • #5

          The centralized axle plate look fragile. Will the camber tube bend easily?
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