We have had two seesnake frames break from repeated loading and unloading. There is an unusual amount of stress put on the frame when the wheels make contact with the surface you are loading them on. They tend to want to fold in. This in turn causes the frame to break over time. We have found that just by being more careful loading the camera further damage has been almost eliminated. The only problem is making sure all of your plumbers/drain techs are being careful too. One suggestion for the frame on the camera. The crossmember on the frame could be lowered closer to the ground to prevent unneeded stress or the addition of a second crossmember would help.
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