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  • Looking at a carbon frame repair/respray.
  • Premier Icon oldgit
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    I have a 2012 Scott Foil. It’s fine apart from what seems like a loose front mech mount.
    And I’m wondering about a repair and single colour respray.
    Though a 2012 it’s not had any use since 2017.
    Are there any first hand experiences on here or good recommendations. Otherwise it’ll be a transplant onto a cheap frame.

    Premier Icon chakaping
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    I’ve just had some repair work carried out by Carbon Bike Repair via insurance following a crash.

    Looks a very thorough and well-finished job – but it was not quick or cheap and their comms / process had serious flaws leading to an ongoing dispute.

    Premier Icon jet26
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    Rob Hayles (as in ex pro cyclist) – Re-Carb on Twitter does excellent carbon repairs – done my frame and a couple of riding mates. Repair was outstanding and you can’t even tell it was done – paintjob was perfectly matched.

    He’s pretty reasonable price wise – well very reasonable compared to cost of even a poor quality new frame.

    Premier Icon DickBarton
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    Magnafibre, based in Alva and does superb work.

    http://magnafibre.co.uk/

    Premier Icon SirHC
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    https://www.facebook.com/targetcomposites/

    Their work is very impressive, mate had a frame repaired recently (seatpost mast cracked as he was being a wally and didn’t follow the min insertion!) Couldn’t tell if the frame has been repaired, fit of the seatpost is better than trek managed!

    Premier Icon martinkiely
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    Sir beat me to it – Target Composites from me too

    Premier Icon BadlyWiredDog
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    +1 for Rob Hayles. He fixed two cracks in my frame at a good price.

    https://twitter.com/re_carb?lang=en

    re-carb@outlook.com

    Premier Icon lightfighter762
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    Magnafibre, based in Alva and does superb work.

    http://magnafibre.co.uk/

    Thats local. Nice find thanks!

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