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New Rear Triangle

n.battisonn.battison Posts: 57
edited July 2010 in MTB general
Ages ago i broke the rear triangle of my norco fluid lt3 and the frame has just been sitting in my room broken ever since.

I have now decided that i loved that frame and want to fix it. Is my only option a new rear triangle?

If so any ideas to where i could get one from?

These are pictures of the frame and the break:

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  • homers_doublehomers_double Posts: 7,488
    I would have thought its the only way to go, yes.

    Email Norco or their UK distro.
    Advocate of disc brakes.
  • stu8975stu8975 Posts: 1,334
    Did you try and warranty it? Trek had a similar issue with a few frames snapping where yours has snapped.
  • AnonymousAnonymous Posts: 79,667
    looks like you only need the one linkage arm.
    Contact Norco or their distributors, they should help you out. Or, failing that, try fleabay for a second hand frame, and swap the linkage.
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