Pretty sure repainting would. Email [email protected]Sounds like a good solution for 2nd hand buyers but I’d never void a lifetime warranty.
By the way, does anyone know if a repaint would do the same? I’d really like to try something...
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I asked them and they said repainting was fine, unless the process itself would damage the frame in any way. That was good to know.
Our engineers have not been able to review the drawings for the Cascade Link. So in the event that some damage came to the frame from the use of the Cascade Link then the warranty would become void.
The response I received was contrary to yours. I was told via email (one should always get confirmations in writing, as spoken word has but the memory of wind) that “Unfortunately Yeti does not support the Cascade Link, and using one would void the warranty.”A phone call to Yeti was all the "proof" I needed.
Warranty is not voided unless the linkage itself is proven to be the cause of any damage/issue.
Could you provide the name of the person that gave that response?The response I received was contrary to yours. I was told via email (one should always get confirmations in writing, as spoken word has but the memory of wind) that “Unfortunately Yeti does not support the Cascade Link, and using one would void the warranty.”
So, yeah, great linkage for a second hand frame, but probably not a smart install for the OG owner.
The part where it gets hazy is burden of proof. Supposedly that lies on the party that is providing the warranty. In practice that isn't always the case unfortunately. So, while using a link might not affect your warranty in theory, be aware that it can be difficult to convince manufacturers that damage was due to a manufacturing defect unless it's painfully obvious.Generally, tie-in sales provisions aren’t allowed. These are provisions that state or imply that a consumer must buy or use an item or service from a particular company to keep their warranty coverage.
In addition, it is permissible to disclaim warranty coverage for defects or damage caused by the use of parts or service you didn’t provide.
Hey man, you may have found out what they are for now, butWhat does this do? I can't seem to find it on their site, or anywhere else for that matter.
Did yeti do anything for you on this one?Hey man, you may have found out what they are for now, but
They are to meant to be installed on the derailleur cable port, where the cable comes out near the bottom bracket and where the cable goes into the rear triangle.
it will prevent the cable from sawing through the frame. I was a bit too late when it comes to installing this update.....
I've sped up the lsr and hsr about 7 clicks from recommended(open). I feel that those that say the sb150 for example is not a playful bike haven't tried speeding up their rebound. I'm also running about 10-15 psi higher in my X2 than recommended. Their recommendations are a really good starting point...probably better than any other brand. Personal feel is always a huge factor!How close are people finding the suspension settings from the yeti website ?
Are you generally finding them to hard/soft fast /slow ect