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One of the sliding feet was very difficult to install because the sides of Jalas ’plastic“ groove ”tend to bend“ inside ”to Jalas’ side at many points for some reason. The second Jalas went well. Em. based on experience, it may be worthwhile to develop the profile so that the edges of the mounting groove are somewhat "pressed" outwards from a short distance or the sides of the groove are slightly thicker and perhaps even slightly chamfered from their inner edges so that Jalas sinks more easily into the groove. As a user experience, the glide foot is very slippery with a certain kind of soft ice into which the steel Jalas sinks and resists slipping. There is also a considerable snow foot more sensitive to slip.