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    Flux Carnage

    Took a first in my Sport race today but.......The Flux is BROKEN


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    Congrats on the race - it looks like the crack is at the weld?

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    Isn't that one with the new reinforcement on the seat tube?

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    Bonking ... not feelin' well Rp3

    Looks like the defective RP3 you had did the frame in... to many bottomouts. Hope you get it sorted soon.
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    Woah, right across the bead of the weld. I would think that's unusual. The the ones I've seen posted are just short of the weld.

    Be sure to hook up with Turner they should get you back in the dirt quickly.
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    congrats on the finish! sport class is no walk in the park pal.

    id say how sorry i was to hear the news and how worried i was as a flux owner but i dont see the need really. turners gonna fix this right up for ya in the blink of a eye. bet ups to texas is no more than 3 days.
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    just sent Greg @ Turner an e-mail. I am sure they will get me taken care of.

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    Hey I know Greg!!!

    But if I didnt know Greg, how long is the warranty on the frame, and does anything change with second owner?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mattsteve
    But if I didnt know Greg, how long is the warranty on the frame, and does anything change with second owner?
    I believe it is two years for the original owner. Turner has been known to play fast and loose with this though, and not in an Ellsworthian way.
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    3 years according to the website. I know they stand behind their product. Greg had a replacement shipped out this morning for me

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