If it is a genuine warranty, you will find Fisher/Trek very easy to deal with and you will get a new frame. As pointed out before, Trek are fantastic to deal with and very quick at dealing with these sort of issues.pgh01 said:After only about 3 months and 200 miles, I found small cracks in the rear dropouts (pivot point) on both sides of the bike, directly behind the rear axel. Have dropped at LBS and now awaiting next steps. Fun while it lasted....
Great I had hoped they had fixed this issue for the 10's. Well hopefully they don't send a silver rear wheel as a replacement this time. :madman:pgh01 said:btw - i also was beginning to experience the popping sound from the rear hub that many other GF owners have complained about, and that is being fixed/replaced as well.
I have heard of one with a crack in the seat stay at the link bushing - -replacement promptly shipped.Duzitall said:It's the first breakage I've heard of so far. Anyone else?
FWIW, I have been watching mine like a hwk since the posts on the Formula hubs started happening. The last thing I need is this thing coming apart on a night lap on an aggresive descent and ruining my bike.Brewboy74 said:Great I had hoped they had fixed this issue for the 10's. Well hopefully they don't send a silver rear wheel as a replacement this time. :madman: