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Jul 17th, 2012 3:02 pm
jzeiler
Re: KY needed for 24k svc

Maybe we need to do a tech session again. I am kind of tied up untill September but would be game for hosting one here then.
Jul 17th, 2012 1:51 pm
kevincaron
Re: KY needed for 24k svc

Have to do mine as well.

Stealership here is robbing folks blind as well. Only thing I am not sue on is bleeding/changing the brake fluid.

Off to the hall of wisdom with a cold one and a note pad.....
Jul 17th, 2012 12:49 pm
Dick
Re: KY needed for 24k svc

Quote:
Originally Posted by Gruivis
Up till now I've been blissfully taking my bike in to the dealer for service. But I'm starting to rethink that strategy due to higher costs and much lower revenue.

The estimated cost for this service is $1,100. So here's my question, given minimal wrenching skills, is a 24k service too much to dive into?

Probably I should start with an oil change.
Perfect opportunity for a local tech session. Just the cost of parts and the rest is free camaraderie and labor!! Just sayin'!!
Jul 17th, 2012 10:23 am
Gruivis
KY needed for 24k svc

Up till now I've been blissfully taking my bike in to the dealer for service. But I'm starting to rethink that strategy due to higher costs and much lower revenue.

The estimated cost for this service is $1,100. So here's my question, given minimal wrenching skills, is a 24k service too much to dive into?

Probably I should start with an oil change.

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