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Feb 16th, 2009 10:29 pm
MattKas
Re: AZmotoman is the man!

Last time I checked, Mark the Motoman, refused to work on LTs. He indicated that he did not have motorcycle lift for LT and he had no intention for getting one either.

Instead I go to Omar for Brake Flush

http://www.motoghost.com/

Omar and his technician are great.

Quote:
Originally Posted by KJN
This is a note to all BMW riders in the Phoenix area. AZMOTOMAN (aka Mark Meadows /azmotoman.com) is the best!

It started out with a prickly cruise control problem on my 2000 LT. One of those intermittent, hard to pin down, head scratchers. Well, Mark could have done what I suspect the typical dealer service department would have done. Start replacing good parts with new parts until they got the thing working and charged a fortune for troubleshooting.

Mark, an fulltime airline technician said: If you can let me have the bike for a few days, Ill troubleshoot the system and see if I can fix it without replacing a bunch of probably good parts. Well, he did just that.

When I picked up the beast, he carefully went over everything he did. Gave it a good look-over and made some recommendations when he sees it again.

Mark even called me when I got home to check if the cruise control and the freshly adjusted throttle cable worked OK. When was the last time a dealership shop did that for you?

Reasonable labor charges. No unnecessary parts. Great service. Rides BMWs. And has for decades.

Recommended without reservation!

Kimble Neel
2000 K1200LT
Phoenix, AZ
Feb 16th, 2009 6:53 pm
KJN
AZmotoman is the man!

This is a note to all BMW riders in the Phoenix area. AZMOTOMAN (aka Mark Meadows /azmotoman.com) is the best!

It started out with a prickly cruise control problem on my 2000 LT. One of those intermittent, hard to pin down, head scratchers. Well, Mark could have done what I suspect the typical dealer service department would have done. Start replacing good parts with new parts until they got the thing working and charged a fortune for troubleshooting.

Mark, an fulltime airline technician said: If you can let me have the bike for a few days, Ill troubleshoot the system and see if I can fix it without replacing a bunch of probably good parts. Well, he did just that.

When I picked up the beast, he carefully went over everything he did. Gave it a good look-over and made some recommendations when he sees it again.

Mark even called me when I got home to check if the cruise control and the freshly adjusted throttle cable worked OK. When was the last time a dealership shop did that for you?

Reasonable labor charges. No unnecessary parts. Great service. Rides BMWs. And has for decades.

Recommended without reservation!

Kimble Neel
2000 K1200LT
Phoenix, AZ

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