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    2005 Cervelo R2.5: What tubes got separated from joints ?

    Hi,

    In the 2005 Cervelo R2.5 - b e s i d e s the down-tube problem on which there was the recall in late 2006 anybody knows what other tubes got loosen from joints ? (i.e. chain stay tube, seat tube, etc..)

    If anybody has photographs of such separations of tubes from joints - that would be appreciated.

    Thanks
    Jeff

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    I had an 05 R2.5 and the drive side seat stay tube came unbonded, at the wheel clamp. Cervelo did replace the frame, no questions or hassle.

    cheers

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    Thanks.

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    Drive side chain stay

    The right side chainstay unbonded at the wheel on mine after almost three years...Replaced under warranty with an R3 within two weeks.

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    Thank you JustinTur

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    A fellow RBR member, search Flying, had the two piece bottom bracket sleeve come unbonded twice. Two different frames. He now rides a Look 585.
    For my next trick I will now set myself on fire!

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    Can you pls explain

    hi - could you please explain - search the term 'flying' ? ? not sure I und'd you - thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jeff3069
    hi - could you please explain - search the term 'flying' ? ? not sure I und'd you - thanks.
    Sure. Flying is a RBR forum member's screen name.
    For my next trick I will now set myself on fire!

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    Flying screen

    If you could give me the link to this Flying screen, that would be appreciated (sorry I am not familair with that..)

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