Cannondale Super Six Evo Warranty Voided

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by indigo

wow. Looks like we need an article by Charles@PEZ on the dangers of not buying Chinese open-mold frames !

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by dlcrep

mike wrote:i had a problem with a caad 10. i bought the sisl cranks and the arms would touch the chainstay. something was off with the bb. i sent it back and bought a scott instead.

I'm running Hollowgram SL cranks on my CAAD10 but a 109mm spindle was required. The SiSL2 cranks have a slightly different Q-factor but even then, I'd still have sufficient clearance.

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by eliflap-scalpel

thiago, don't worry ...

think about football world championship in Brasil and forget your EVO ...

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by Paoloest

clearance with original spidering and sisl2 is ok and enough - only with srm spider there is not much of it

soccer :noidea: don't know weird sports

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by jostanderhub

ok..after two pages of c´dale bashing I am rising my voice saying that I am more than happy with my c´dale collection; ranging from CAAD 3 to Super6 and CaadX including all the "mistakes" such as Six13 and System6. great frames!

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