You guys sound great.A live clip of "Losing My Religion" from last night. OJ on acoustic guitar and high harmony.
Listen through headphones or computer speakers, or you will lose the lovely low end of bass and the drum kit.
Recorded by a couple of my 'young friends' who showed up last night.
The two ends are threaded opposite, like cranks on a bike. So no, the hook end with the washer stayed put up against the frame, while the end with the eye bolt threaded out, moving the stay. Because there wasn't any pressure on the hook itself (just the washer being pushed against the frame by the turnbuckle) once I had the axle in about a 1/2" and stable, I just turned the hook out of the turnbuckle. Then I grabbed the eye on the end of the eye bolt with a pliers, and lifted the turnbuckle right out.That's a cool tool tip! When you twist the turnbuckle, do both ends extend?