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    How to replace a Jet9 with serial numbers P8400455 and up ?

    I would like to know what happen if I have a broken Jet9 with serial numbers above P8400454

    As my bike is not included in the recall, does it mean I'll have no bike to ride until the new Jet9 is released ???

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    Call Niner and talk to them about it , their customer service is second to none.

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    I'm sure in the days to come we will be made aware of why the cutoff was made at that particular serial number. Perhaps there were changes made in the manufacturing process, maybe not. It could be that they will eventually recall all of them, but they had to do it in waves in order to keep there head above water. Just a thought.
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    We did spend the whole morning again going over our production notes and relazed we made an error with the batch numbers. The correct numbers are P8001682 to P9400454. We will be correcting our website and this site to reflect this.

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    Thank you for the answer

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