The side near the tip was scraping the liner when opening with one hand. When I called, and I can't remember what they said exactly, but it was the wrong answer. Something like we can look at it if you really need it looked at.
I'm ready to move up to a 4" self-defense folder. Good ergonomics and a strong blade are the reqs. By ergonomics I mean scales that help with heavy slashing/piercing (for a folder), and secondarily how it fits in the waistband. Not sure about cost yet. Advise.
Good show CC. A few thoughts.
Many *experienced* tall riders usually end up with unreal amounts of handlebar drop due to long arms. Wide pedals such as the ones in the top pic, increase the chances for a crash caused by pedal-ground contact during a turn, so they *really* need to be managed. I don't know your situation, but normally unless there is a need for pedals optimized for both clipless shoes and street shoes, most just go for double sided MTB pedals
I have 2 sets of Dura Ace, 7810 and 7900, yellow cleats. I've found variation in cleats, specifically the tightness or looseness of how they fit in the pedal, not only in how they click in but also in the freeness of rotation and float. One was a little tighter (the best) than another two, and one way looser. The latter I don't plan to use unless I need to, and maybe cleat tension might solve the issue.