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17-11-2019, 21:02   #16
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i could be wrong but that doesn't look like carbon
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17-11-2019, 21:04   #17
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Pic there
I've done worse from a dropped chain. Chipped a few layers of paint and still going strong 10,000km + later.
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I can understand your annoyance and frustration but I don’t think those marks will affect the structural integrity of the frame.
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17-11-2019, 21:13   #19
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Also looking at the amount of the thread on the cog its to much relative to the damage of the bike.
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17-11-2019, 21:23   #20
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I can understand your annoyance and frustration but I don’t think those marks will affect the structural integrity of the frame.
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17-11-2019, 21:25   #21
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I must be thick but how would the extra metal even come in contact with the frame?
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On a separate note i left a bike in for full service to CSS 3 weeks ago, on my first spin on it, post collection going up a short sharp drag just around the corner from home, out of the saddle and the handlebar just turned 45° whilst wheel remained straight. I was able to turn them with my little finger. Was totally pissed off and to be honest wasnt impressed with the service manager's response and reaction. Won't be leaving any of the bikes in again despite them being literally around the corner from me.
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