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    Quote Originally Posted by PoorInRichfield View Post
    You want Trek to spend hundreds of thousands of dollars on a recall because one bike had an issue?
    me? I don't care it's not my bike
    Trek? There's a precedent for exactly this sort of design flaw, so they should consider treating this and any other customers' complaint properly, before the need for another public recall or suit shows up.
    Otherwise I'm just typing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by .je View Post
    me? I don't care it's not my bike
    Trek? There's a precedent for exactly this sort of design flaw, so they should consider treating this and any other customers' complaint properly, before the need for another public recall or suit shows up.
    Otherwise I'm just typing.
    An issue with possible failures that cause loss of steering tend to be a lot more serious than one that reduces your ass comfort to that of riding one of the various brands that don't have an iso speed decoupler. This particular issue doesn't seem common or even serious in terms of rider safety and as such it would be a bad reason to start a recall for. If it was something happening on a large number of bikes or that could result in serious injury or death then yeah, start that recall.

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