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    Smile DT could always sell HL rear ends seperately...

    If DT says it is, there's probably no doubt 'faux' is as good as 'four'

    BUT he could sell a HL kit for those who wanted the classic setup. factoring in cost of seperate manufacture and licence.. This would also mean a good supply of warranty back ends (not that that they're in much demand).

    If you sell the just a swing-arm and seatstay do you still need a licence??

    Allow people to choose and they may just gravitate to the cheaper faux naturally.

    Just a thought.

    Rich

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rich9000
    If DT says it is, there's probably no doubt 'faux' is as good as 'four'

    BUT he could sell a HL kit for those who wanted the classic setup. factoring in cost of seperate manufacture and licence.. This would also mean a good supply of warranty back ends (not that that they're in much demand).

    If you sell the just a swing-arm and seatstay do you still need a licence??

    Allow people to choose and they may just gravitate to the cheaper faux naturally.

    Just a thought.

    Rich

    No. Its called contributory infringement. It can be difficult to prove but in this case, in effect he's still supplying the whole bike.

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