> > > > Yeah, I got mine over the weekend.[color=darkred]
> > > > No nuts for the seat.
> > >
> > > Scott-
> > >
> > > How far do you live from a hardware store? What kind of seat do you
> > > have? Is it a Viscount? If it is, I would swear that the nuts are
> > > 1/4-20, about as common as you can get in the U.S. You could probably
> > > even find the nylon type for a nickel to a quarter each. If not, there
> > > must be somewhere close by (auto parts) where you could get whatever
> > > metric nut you need. I would rather do that than wait for unicycle.com
> > > to send them to me.
> > About 5 minutes from a 24-hour Home Depot: I got the nuts and washers
> > yesterday. It just irked me they didn’t come with the yike.
> > >
> > > Don’t get me wrong. The Drummonds will make sure you get what you need
> > > fast. They sure sent replacement bearings and LocTite to me fast when
> > > the bearing slipped on my Coker. I would just go to the store and get
> > > the nuts for next to nothing rather than having to wait to ride.
> > $1.41 after tax, not a big deal.
> I got a phone call from Coker yesterday, they said they’d send out the[/color]
> and instruction manual (!) the factory forgot.
Nine days later, no sign of nuts or instruction manual. Sigh.