I've been looking at that 120. It's probably fine. When you get your replacementUKstumpyRider said:Bit of a design fault there then you reckon?
Fortunately i'm already waiting for a new frame due to the lacquer flaking off on the one i've got!
Yes, Ive got the exact chip as you! She's due for her first major service next week, so will get the Tech to check out - thanks for the heads up!UKstumpyRider said:Anyone noticed this after bottoming their rear shock out?
Not good i reckon!
My LBS emailed them, and they're sending out within 30 days, new linkages for the 120's.UKstumpyRider said:Anyone noticed this after bottoming their rear shock out?
Not good i reckon!
Whoa, new linkages? Did they explain if they were being sent to the individuals who purchased 120's (presumably from warranty registration info), or to the LBS's?mtnbkrdr98 said:My LBS emailed them, and they're sending out within 30 days, new linkages for the 120's.
They also told me they'd warranty any damaged frames
I'm another Stumpy 120 Pro owner from the UK. I haven't noticed any nicks caused by the rear shock on my bike, but I'm interested in knowing what you're LBS said to you about this - are they aware of this issue - are they giving you the redesigned linkage? I'd also be interested in knowing if ayone else has got this problem (or not).UKstumpyRider said:I think we can call that job done eh fellas?
Just one more reason to own a Specialized i reckon. They listen to the customers!
BTW mtnbkrdr98, are you based in the states or the UK, plus should my LBS here in the UK be aware of this by now? Too late to ring them now.
I gather from what you have said above, that the new linkage, is in fact the same as the original, but with a slice machined out of it?kramer2 said:After a closer look there are tiny and I mean tiny nicks. Spoke to Specialized UK and they said they'd mail me the new linkage (with cutouts) when they arrive in the UK next week.