A quick update on our axle and frame replacement.
The frame was touched up and the connections to the vehicle have been replaced.
The axle has also been replaced, but not without a few headaches. As with everything Boler related, nothing seems to go to plan. There was an issue with placing the order which caused a delay. Then, it turned out they ordered the wrong axle, which lifted the Boler up by at least 6 inches. It looked rather odd and it would no longer fit in our garage for winter storage. So, the company had to remove the new axle and replace it with another one which was smaller and allowed the Boler to return to it’s original ride height and fit into our garage for storage. Thankfully the company was good about it as it was noted our original word order that the new axle must ensure the original ride height was maintained.
Unfortunately, the issues resulted in multiple missed Bolering trips. But, since the axle is clearly important to the functioning of the Boler, all we could do was wait it out.
So, in good news, August long was our first Bolering trip of the season, and I’m happy to report that everything went perfectly!
If you like this post, please feel free to share it and please return to www.ourboleradventures.wordpress.com to follow our adventures.