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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 04-01-2006, 07:15 PM Thread Starter
 
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DUC dealer in clinton twp????

anyone know anything about the dealer on groesbeck south of hall on the west side of the street...about a 1/4 mile before hall that is???..i see when i head down to our manufacturing plant in fraser....i want to stop in...is it worth my time?
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post #2 of 12 (permalink) Old 04-01-2006, 08:36 PM
 
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I've seen it several times myself, but it looks like a pretty small shop. There is one on Grosebeck just north of Common too, but they are small also.
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I know it might be a long haul, but have you heard about the one in Walled Lake right off M5 and Maple? Nice little shop.

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the one on Grosebeck just north of Commons is where i bought my bike form and i don't think i would go back there the guys seems pritty shaddy. my back tire had a wore down screw in it and just a lot of little things i think i got the shaft of buying my bike. but thats just my
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post #5 of 12 (permalink) Old 04-02-2006, 08:25 AM
 
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Classic cycle on Grosebeck and common no longer carries Duc, only triumph. They had the brand pulled from them from what I have heard. They are also moving to a new store about a mile down the road. There is new management there so hopefully service and pricing will be better.
The new place up by hall also carries MV Agusta as well as Duc. I know the daughter of the owner. The guy's running it have many years of experience with bikes. With any luck that will translate into a good and reputable shop. Still havent been in there myself yet.
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i am slow, your talking about duc i didn't see that when i replied sorry
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post #7 of 12 (permalink) Old 04-02-2006, 08:41 AM Thread Starter
 
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ok then...ill take one for the team, do a walk-through and give a report....more out of curiosity than anything....everytime i see a ducati or the name is brought up in conversation i think of Doc riding to the dragon with Bluto and when they stopped to eat he couldnt even hold his beverage because of fatigue from an aggresive riding position.....funny shit there
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I was in there shortly after they opened. They had a few bikes, no clothing/leathers/helmets. No viseable inventory...but they did just open....
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You're talking about TT Cycles. Rob from Macomb Cycle, he used to work in the parts department, is one of the owners. They have lots of Duc's and soon to be MV Agusta. They carry a bunch of Ducati swag. I've been in there, bought some things...so far a good shop.


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I know it might be a long haul, but have you heard about the one in Walled Lake right off M5 and Maple? Nice little shop.

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u talkin about section 8 superbike?

if so, thats a great shop, really great people, ive been there twice
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