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FWIW, I have put 140mm-100mm adjustable forks on an XC bike designed for 100m forks. Going from 140mm to 160mm will change the geometry of the bike a bit, but a bike that already has a 140mm fork is pretty slack to begin with. Depending on the exact fork and how much you set up the sag, there may be little to no measurable difference between the two forks ...
Rapha provides a free repair service for their items that have succumb to crashes: info
I don't think any manufacturer will give you any warranty in case of "abuse" of its products – and it surely could be considered abusive to have a crash with their clothing, even if it was sold as mountainbike clothing. There may be some exception with protective gear, but even then the manufacturer might argue that it was designed to get damaged or ...
In England and Wales, under the Sale of Goods Act 1979 goods must be as described, of satisfactory quality and fit for purpose. Regardless of warranty length, a product which is intended to last many years but fails after a few months of use can be deemed faulty or unfit for purpose. Within the first 6 months, it is assumed that the product did not meet the ...
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