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This is a discussion on "MY warranty is voided" now what? within the General Maintenance, Troubleshooting & Accidents. forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; well the estimate is a little over 00....

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    well the estimate is a little over $1500.
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    Would a broken fork be from too much power?
    Or a couple of missed shifts??
    I could see if you took out the teeth. If an increase in power could not have done that damage, I wonder if you could fight them to cover it. Anybody??

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    I agree with Lance. I've got warranty problems with SOA. My strategy is to approach each warranty issue as it occurs on its merits. I would investigate this problem thoroughly, and if a broken shift fork does not result from abuse or modest power increase, I'd push the issue. SOA is not behaving fairly or rationally with its customers.

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