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Old 03-23-08, 10:20 AM
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Originally Posted by russiet View Post
Now that's rather a direr prediction.

But, no worries. I'm sure it will never (??!!!HA!!!) break....it's steel!

Wait, wait....let me look at the fine print on the back cover of the bike manual. It says it's warrantied for life to the original owner, BUT, original owner shall pay all labor charges. Humpf. Not so all encompassing after all.
That's for the shop to disassemble and reassemble your bike. If you just bring in the frame, you're golden.

They'd probably replace it with a new Hardrock frame. Aluminum and heavy.

I'd keep yours and hope you don't crack it!
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