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I made other claims with my local Yeti dealer and finally after months I received a new swingarm no matter Yeti didnt want to cover meI have cracked the rear end but think I know why and wouldn't blame the bikeIf this was an omission by Competitive Cyclist, Yeti needs to bring up that issue with the Authorized Retailer, not the end consumerNot sure if Yeti will replace frame due to a defect in design but it should not have broken.Expand full review >>Favorite Trail:Monarch CrestDuration Product Used:1 YearPrice Paid: $4500.00Purchased At:ProCycling WarehouseSimilar Products Used:Santa Cruz BlurBike Setup:2010 ASR5C Fox 120,RP23,Schwabe 2.3 tires Overall Rating:Value Rating: Submitted by mtbmike83 a Cross Country Rider from ACTDate Reviewed: November 30, 2010Strengths:So stiff, very light, confidence inspiring handling, looks, did I mention its light?Weaknesses: NoneBottom Line:I was a little hesitant upgrading from my Giant Trance (which I loved) to the ASR5C, I thought it would just feel like another 5in travel trail bikeif it was a design flaw mine would have cracked a LONG time agoAgain(or 183mm) This caliper suport broke now using the size of rotor that YETI recommends s max size, 180 mmI would like to make a suggestionBoth totally different, but the ASR5 is fantastic

blatonator - I hope you get it sorted and are not left out of pocketSuperI ride hard and fast on rocky tracks with drops and jumps and I've had no problems The time now is 01:29 PMIn the US, four complete bikes are available, ranging in price from US$3,600 to $5,500Buy the swing arm and then sell the frame, you can get what you paid for it and wash your hands clean of the whole thingLast edited by blantonator; 08-06-2010 at 10:52 AM

I've toyed with selling it many times purely due to need-a-new-bike syndrome but every time I ride it, I want to keep it foreverAll rights reservedIt'll be mostly for riding trail centre's and long xc ridesThat big honkin' 203mm adapter has quite a lever arm(Yeti content) Singletrack Forum BikeRadar.com ? View topic - yeti asr 5 issues Yeti 575 broken carbon rear triangle [Archive] - Bike Magic Forums were all these guys using a larger than 185 mm on the rear ?? 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Reply With Quote 08-08-2010 #11 twin mtbr member Reputation: Join Date Oct 2005 Posts 287 I hope you can get a new frame FREE03-28-2014 MattyMatMat I have no idea what's going on with your ASR5, but mine takes a beating over huge roots and rock gardens, and technical A linesvery versatile and hugely capableHowever, Yeti use unusually chunky dropouts and the stays don't angle in towards the bike's centerline right away.We experienced significant rub even with low-profile racing-style shoes like the Pearl Izumi Octane SLI had a car at one time that I installed an aftermarket air intake onThat is the reason rotors come in different sizes (that and heat dissipation I suppose), to produce more leverage at any given force appliedEvery issue is packed with expert reviews of the latest road bikes and gear, inspirational routes and rides, evocative features that take you inside every aspect of cycling and unmatched nutrition, fitness and training advice08-23-2013 smithcreek Quote: Originally Posted by jpvm Imagine how I feel if 3 months ago I paid US$ 799 for this frame DEptIt also doesn't dig into the loose stuff while climbing quite as well as a VPP bike and could probably be better on square hitsJust stating my opinion

other than my girlfriend complaining that I spend more time with the bike than herThe carbon AS-R 5, as well as the slightly heavier aluminum version, makes use of firmer travel, especially when in the shock's mid stroke, to deliver a more spirited ride all aroundA 5" modern trail bike must develop , must at least hold a couple of years Your case shows that this was no invention nor bad use, a structural part cannot brake if you use a bike with just a 10% bigger rotor, that speaks of a weak designnothing .- b84ad54a27
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