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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 01-25-2007, 12:26 PM Thread Starter
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Exclamation 03 R6 Needs major repair

I have a 03 R6 silver that needs repair and some parts. I was side swiped by another biker that lost control of his bike. Any one in Los Angeles that can hook me up at a shop I would gladly appreciate it. I already did an estimate, but is too much although the guy that hit me is paying for it and he is in a tight budget. Can anyone help out?
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ronayers.com is a great place for discount parts.

Take the estimate, and go thru part by part and see which ones you really need (Perhaps you are willing to live with a slightly scratched rear set, or sprocket cover). Then get the rest of the parts at ronayers (it will be cheaper than dealer prices). The actualy work part is ussually real easy, no reason why you couldnt do it yourself. Make sure to order plenty of spare bolts.




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what's the damage & repairs that are needed? there are a bunch of good shops here but labor is always gonna be costly. if you really wanna save money then you might wanna try to fix a bunch of it yourself and save all the critical stuff for the shops

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