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ethirteen-components jamessmurthwaite's article
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YT Launch Limited Edition Top Spec Raw Aluminium Capra 29
@unrooted: Hey there Unrooted. We generally ask people to DM us in this sort of situation so we can get their name and contact information to look them up in our customer support system. Doing this allows us to make sure that they received good service in the past. Having this sort of information out in the public generally makes people uncomfortable. Secondly, we sometimes offer them a discount code to see if we could get them on a new iteration of the product they've had issues with or something else. Having that out in the open forums wouldn't work either. We're sorry that your issues with our product has led you to feel negatively about us. Shoot us that DM if you're interested in either of those courses of action that were mentioned above, or we can continue to chat here.
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ethirteen-components RichardCunningham's article
Aug 9, 2019 at 7:06
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Review: e*thirteen's TRS+ 12-Speed Cassette Offers a Whopping 556% Range
Hey @Richt2000, if you have any questions please shoot us a DM, but those issues were resolved in a future generation of TRS cassettes. However, we can give you some advice on making it much more silent if you shoot us a direct message.
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Jun 7, 2019 at 11:33
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ethirteen-components danielsapp's article
May 24, 2019 at 12:07
May 24, 2019
Aaron Gwin Comments on Injured Ankle, Broken Cranks, & More
We'd like to thank Aaron and John for putting themselves out there to tell the story. We stand behind our products not only for elite athletes, but for all riders. In regard to the safety of TRS and LG1 carbon cranks on everyone else's bikes, rest assured your cranks are safe to ride. You should, on a regular basis, inspect your cranks for damage. If you're unsure, you can always talk to a real human via
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Apr 11, 2019 at 12:43
Apr 11, 2019
Review: e*thirteen's Updated LG1R Carbon Cranks
@Aengis: The torque procedure is detailed in the instructions for the crank. Proper torque is achieved by tightening 90 degrees after first lockring contact on the ring (This technique is often used outside the bike industry as well). You can find that info on our tech page here: That said, with the new cranks where the spindle is on the NDS, you easily can use a torque wrench and 46mm 12pt Socket to achieve the 30NM torque also.
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