|colnago c-50 recall?||zippi|
Jan 18, 2004 6:09 PM
|someone today told me colnago has recalled a batch of c-50's because they unglued at the chainstays. i'm concerned 'cause i have one on order. does anyone know anything about this or is just a rumor? i've heard of two people that this happened to their c-40's. should i be looking for a different frame?|
|Let's hope it's a rumor!||SPINDAWG|
Jan 18, 2004 6:43 PM
|I'll be praying to the bike gods meanwhile.I've got one on order aswell, but don't expect it til June though. Maybe by then they will have worked the kinks out, if it is true. I've been so psyched about getting this frame it just can't be true!|
|...add a friend of mine to the 'C-40 chainstay crowd'.||seyboro|
Jan 18, 2004 7:47 PM
|To make a really long story short, he has been riding a mountain bike with slicks for three months now.
Sounds like the famed Italian master builders might be getting a little sloppy?!
|A, B or HP stay ? mn.||kai-ming|
Jan 18, 2004 8:48 PM
Jan 19, 2004 4:25 AM
|...if I remember right.
It doesn't really matter, though. A fabled manufacturer like Colnago cannot have issues like that. Those are reserved for the Wal-Mart brands.
|Wouldn't it be posted immediately on the web site?||djg|
Jan 19, 2004 8:31 AM
|I took a quick peek at the trialtir-usa (us distributor) web site and didn't see anything about a recall.|
|If it's true...||6was9|
Jan 19, 2004 12:11 PM
|it's a good thing that I went with KG486 first. Could have gone with either one but I didn't want to wait and precisely this is the first year for C50.|
|It's not true!||SPINDAWG|
Jan 19, 2004 3:56 PM
|I've talked to Mike at Maestro and he said it was news to him! They get their tubes from Ferrari for goodness sake and they've got one of the most top notch quality inspection teams going. They've won some award for it in the past and you would have thought you would have heard something in the news about it by now. Maybe the trouble stems from the riders weight!|| |