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|07-08-2004 10:28 AM|
|07-08-2004 09:38 AM|
takes some of the guessing out of it.
|07-08-2004 07:35 AM|
and then after you buy it..don't just use it to sit on so you can see over the steering wheel...read it and understand it too
|07-07-2004 09:24 PM|
|Supafly||There may also be someone in this post you dont want changing your oil Sorry Bill this was the wrong thread for ya to post in|
|07-07-2004 08:04 AM|
Ice Nine Choppers!
They did my buddy, I mean his bike, and he is very happy with it.
|07-07-2004 06:45 AM|
thanks for the help guys. lol
but yea I see the point you guys are making. I will try and do as much as I can by myself.
|07-07-2004 06:43 AM|
there are plenty of people here in the club that can provide you with help as well. You should consider buying a service manual for your bike, it'll be the best $30 investment you'll make on your bike.
Not that he needs it, but i'll vouch for Don Proctor doing excellent work with rims/tires.
|07-07-2004 06:42 AM|
Re: Re: Best shop in the area?
Most things you can do yourself with some mechanical knowledge, some stuff you can take off the bike for shops to work on, other stuff... like the valves. You need to make a choice
1. Let someone else mess up your junk
2. Learn to mess up your junk yourself
I like number 2 with a good Manual
|07-07-2004 06:13 AM|
Re: Best shop in the area?
Tire changes, see Don Proctor at Rec Leisure. Everywhere else i go for tire changes seem to scratch the piss out of my rims, NOT MENTIONING ANY NAMES!!!
The rest is a crap shoot, either the shop does good work and has a 2 month backup, or they get you right in and don't know what they're doing. Both mean downtime
One shop I wil tell you will never see a bike of mine for service is Macomb Cycle.
|07-07-2004 05:31 AM|
Best shop in the area?
If I wanted to get some work done to my bike, (valve adjustment, tire change, oil change, etc), what would be the best shop in the Detroit area to go to? Any recommendations?