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Post  TomCom Mon Oct 22 2012, 19:51

First topic message reminder :

i gat some money from compensation after last crash.
i think about change T Cat for something same comfortable or better but no less sport then t Cat.
any advice what bike is good to swap from T Cat ??
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Post  MrNutt Tue Oct 23 2012, 22:09

what he said

just had mine done, new filters, plugs, caps, sprockets and chain was £270 all in and makes the cat feel so so fresh and smooth again.

Shame my speedo cable broke the day after.........

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Post  Dirt Bike Dave Wed Oct 24 2012, 01:42

Tom, I'm home around the 1st Nov if you wanna drop by for a second opinion. We can set up the chain and I can give the bike a look over for you.

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Post  Wooster Fri Oct 26 2012, 06:10

I wouldn't write off a garage due to its size.

Not really relevant for bikes, but dealerships for car maintenance are fine while the thing is under warranty...once that's run out they seem to have a habit of going mental replacing parts on the off chance that they might be faulty and charging you a fortune in the process.
(I had a prob with my Honda Accord and made the mistake of going to a dealer out of warranty, and I'm pretty sure it cost me £2000 for a part I didn't need....given they had to change the £70 part I suspected was the cause of the problem after they'd fitted the expensive bit, to get it running.)

Shop around.

I generally go to Girders in Airdrie for my MOT (closest place that can do that), but I have had repairs done at MGM in Motherwell, the prices were good and the work done was faultless. (and they specialise in lawnmowers "Motherwell Grasscutting Machinery")..but the blokes that work there are into their bikes.

iirc Paisley has a pile of bike shops, and Glasgow is close enough to drop it off somewhere and get the bus back.

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Post  Snowcat Fri Oct 26 2012, 12:58

[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] wrote:Don't mention it Tom, glad to have been of assistance.
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