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    Cracked Rockhopper 29 SL

    Here it is. Just noticed on a 30 mi ride yesterday. I have been getting a creak maybe this was the cause.


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    which part of the frame is this?

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    Where the rear tri meets seatube.

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    Looks like you are about to get a new frame!

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    They are sending a 2010 Stumpjumper frame it is White and black. So bike will now be B/W frame red rims and fork. Will post pics when done.

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    That looks pretty cool
    Escondido, CA

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    looks good! i like the white frame. maybe i should crack my 2010 Rockhopper SL frame by "accident" lol, JK!

    did you have to send in the old frame?

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    Yeah bike shop has to send it in I asked though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WVBikr
    Yeah bike shop has to send it in I asked though.
    Did you have to remove everything from the frame or did the bike shop do it for you? and put together the new bike?
    Escondido, CA

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    I should have done it but they did it was $50 but that was new cables and housing for shifters and they overhauled stem and BB. Now if Specialized would replace my bent seatpost

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    Nice bike, ya slacker
    When you get older, much of your hate comes from knowledge and experience, which is why really old people hate everyone

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    Thank you Slackey have been slackin but not by choice getting ready to get muddy though!

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    D'oh! That sucks. Glad they took care of it quick for you!

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