- Turner 5 Spot seatpost obstruction – warranty issue?
I recently bought a 2009 Turner 5 spot frame, it was shop ex-display so sold as new with a warranty.
I’ve been running it with a reverb so didn’t notice that there seems to an obstruction in the seat-tube. A full length seat tube won’t go down past an obstruction about inline with the bottom of the top tube.
Anyone had any experience with similar issues.
Planning to contact the shop that sold it to me anyway but just wondered if anyone had come across this before
RichPosted 4 years agoorganic355Member
I think its designed like that, I wouldnt get it reemed.
I had similar with my 2011 flux, I contacted Greg at Turner (email@example.com) and he advised seat tubes are only reemed to 8″ so unfortunately if youve got one of the longer model reverbs you will need to swap it for a shorter one.Posted 4 years agodavosaurusrexSubscriber
Had two Turners with this, a 2005 and a 2011. I have whinged to Turner about it, I wish they’d sort it out, pretty poor on such expensive frames. Dave Turner did offer to refund the cost of getting the first one reamed but I just taped some wet and dry to a broom handle and set about it like a scene from an S&M grot flick! (Note to self, give xhamster a rest for a few weeks).Posted 4 years ago
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