Today I was solving my Zhanchi in the hallway of my school absentmindedly. When I arrived at my class, I noticed that the orange center cap had gone missing. Naturally I was quite distraught about this, but I couldn't leave class to find it.
Luckily, a friend of mine found it and returned it to me. It gave me quite the scare!
I don't want something like this to happen again.
I like my tensions the way they are right now, and I don't think I'd find a reason to change them for a long time. Since I don't think I'll be needing to adjust the tensions, I don't need to pop off the center caps.
I want to superglue the caps onto my Zhanchi.
- Would the tensions loosen/tighten themselves over time such that I would need to readjust?
- I lubed my core (and the washers + the other inner mechanisms) with Lubix. Would I ever need to relube my core? If so, how soon?
- If I needed to do the above, how difficult would it be to then take off the caps?
- Is there some other way to prevent the caps from popping off?