Huh that is interesting. A couple options, you may contact Spyderco with this video, they may either go ahead and trade it out for you (I have no idea, I can't speak for them) or if they won't work with you because you took it apart, you can probably just use some very fine sandpaper and slowly sand around the outside of that bearing carrier and make it fit inside the liner the right way.peter469 wrote:Here's the video:
I still use it for rust prevention on some knives, and on those knives I do use it to lube the pivot. I just don't use it as my primary lube, but more for the rust prevention qualities. It just so happens that most of my knives don't need rust prevention either. I probably have enough TG for 3 lifetimes now lol.jalcon wrote:I too bought tuff glide and used it as lube. I bought it bc everyone swore by it, then once I had it everyone seemed to think it was crap loo. I used nano oil now.
Thanks for sharing - great video! I recently bought a Domino that I believe had the EXACT same problem. (Luckily, the retailer let me return mine.)peter469 wrote:Here's the video:
That's bizarre...though it would certainly also explain how my Domino got through quality control if it's an intermittent problem. Do you live somewhere that's had extreme temperature and/or humidity fluctuations this week?peter469 wrote:No, I didn't. The thing is that it wasn't ok after assembly. It took time to settle, I guess?
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