So let me get thris straight. The wheel caused a notch on the frame? But the frame is still in tact and not broken at the notch? And because they ignored you when you threatened them with your lawyering up, you are sursprised?It seems I need to contact my attorney to even discuss Lynskey's honoring of their warranty.I purchased a helix o/s frameset in 2011,I bought an sram red group and Zipp 404 firecrest from my LBS.The price was much better locally.I raced it in 2011 without any problems.When I was changing tire this spring I noticed the non-drive chainstay has a notch actually rubbed into it.I changed to dura ace wheels and finished out the season.Just a few weeks I emailed a picture to a Lynskey salesman who informed me it should not be a problem .He also said for 2013 they has changed frame design to allow for 25c tires and wider rims.All I said was I would contact my cycling lawyer friend and ask him if I was being unreasonable about my complaint.They will not even discuss my problem,anymore.It seems when a customer mentions a lawyer their policy is to stop communicating.I could have bought the same wheels from Lynskey and was never informed there was a wheel or tire restriction when I bought the frame.I would never ever buy another Lynskey.I will let my attorney handle my problem.I f you think of doing business with Lynskey,think again
As for Lynskey selling the same wheels, maybe you got a defective wheel that had more side-to-side play than it was supposed to? Also, I don't think a frame maker has the responsibility to identify which wheels/tires are allowed on a given frame.
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