here. Another is here. They’re not cheap, but neither is a new carbon frame.Assuming you come up short locally, there ARE outfits that perform structural repairs on composites. One example is
Notes on #3
This merits a separate post of its own. IMHO, this is the only reliable and economical way you can ensure that your damaged carbon bike item is safe. Keep in mind that if it FAILS, it WILL be broken. At that point, unless you have complete and thorough documentation of the actions you have taken, the manufacturer will probably take the position that you have voided any warranty by your actions. "Do ya feel lucky, punk? Well, do ya?"
I May Have Ruined a Crank Arm, But, At Least The Sun Is Shining, Today - It's been a cold and wintry week, and it looks like we have another week of it coming. I'm getting a lot of use out of the fixed gear, with the studded t...
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