The intended application of Industry Nine products are non-motorized, single rider bicycles. Industry Nine will not be able to provide warranty support or assume liability for hubs or wheels that are utilized outside of their intended purpose.
This warranty covers materials and workmanship but does not cover normal wear and tear, such as bearing wear, or damage due to lack of proper service intervals.
Aluminum rims are covered under the two-year warranty but are not warrantied for impact or crash damage. Modification of rim finish or graphics by use of stripping solvents or chemicals will void rim warranty. We believe in our product and will try to give Industry Nine customers the benefit of the doubt in any case where the cause of failure is undetermined.
Industry Nine Stems are covered under a two-year limited warranty against defects in materials or workmanship. This warranty applies to the original owner and does not cover crash damage, abuse, damage due to improper installation, cosmetic changes due to aging, or use of the product outside of its intended purpose. Please keep in mind that bicycle parts are subject to impact damage and material fatigue over time and all bicycle products have a finite service life dependent on the type and frequency of use.
Warranty claims are administered at the sole discretion of Industry Nine and warranty product must be returned to the Industry Nine dealer where the product was purchased or directly to Industry Nine and require an original receipt. Industry Nine Matchstix tools are covered under a two-year limited warranty against defects in materials or workmanship.
Please contact your Industry Nine dealer regarding their shop return policy on new, un-installed products returned within 30 days. Industry Nine reserves the right to reject returns on products that have been installed on a bicycle or damaged due to handling. The rider is responsible for any labor or shipping charges needed to get the product to our facility.
If the warranty claim is accepted, Industry Nine will repair or replace affected product and cover return ground service shipping back to the rider. All returns must be in new uninstalled condition. Industry Nine will refund shipping in the case of order or fulfilment errors at the fault of Industry Nine. All other shipping charges are non-refundable or the responsibility of the buyer.
However, functionally the Industry Nine spoke is much stronger, because we have removed all the weak points known as stress risers inherent in the design of a traditional hooked steel spoke. First, the spoke has no bend. This is nothing new, but remains an intelligent design. Most steel spokes fail either at the middle of the bend, or the first thread at the nipple end.
By eliminating the bend altogether, the spoke is instantly less prone to fatigue stress failure. Second, the root diameter of the Industry Nine one-piece spoke thread is actually larger than the diameter of the length of the spoke.
Our dual phase six-pawl drive mechanism generated points of engagement from its 60 tooth drivering and nearly doubled the engagement range of any gear driven hub on the market at the time. Hydra sets a new standard for engagement and durability. By employing a tooth drivering and continuous phasing for the 6 pawls in the hub, Hydra accomplishes an unheard of engagement points. However, the icing on the cake is the inherent durability that comes along with the design.
For all existing pawl driven hubs on the market, there is always going to be some chance that you will get a single pawl taking all of the drive load.
Due to the inherent flex that exists in all hubs or bicycle parts in general since no material is completely flex free occasionally one pawl can drop into the drivering and engage before the additional pawls that are in the same phase are allowed to. This creates a large cantilever load on the FH, axle, and bearings and can lead to FH and bearing wear over time. Hydra is the second studio album by American rock band Toto , released in In , Toto's guitarist Steve Lukather said of the album:.
So we tried something a little different with Hydra , and it sold well, although it might have been a little bit rushed for us. Who are these cats? Do they think we have amnesia? We were just following our muses, man. We were following our own rules and we didn't want to listen to anybody.
Though a commercial success, Hydra was far less popular than the band's top-selling debut. AllMusic suggested this was due to the band's failure to establish a distinctive, recognizable sound on either Hydra or their debut, which would have allowed listeners to immediately identify Toto's major hits with the band themselves.
They also speculated that most listeners were not familiar with the film namely, THX on which "99" was based, and thus found the lyrics hopelessly abstruse, preventing the song from becoming as big a hit as it could have been.
Critical response to the album was mixed. AllMusic 's retrospective review made little judgment on the quality noting only as an aside that the songs were "well-played" , instead discussing why it had failed to match the commercial success of their debut. All tracks are written by David Paich , except where noted. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This article needs additional citations for verification. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources.
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