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Old 05-19-07, 11:31 PM
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Originally Posted by k_freese
Um, no. I prefer not to get f'ed in the ass. First of all, I would never spend $2,300 on a bike that would only last seven years. The frame is covered under warranty, and will be replaced for free... There are other concerns here. It's not a matter of buying a new bike. You gotta read the initial post.
Apparently you did spend $2300 on a bike that lasted 7 years(cracked frame = dead bike). Trek just gambles on people not riding their bikes.. A frame isn't meant to last forever, especially the expensive light ones. Good luck finding your receipts.
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