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post #1 of 9 Old Jan 22nd, 2012, 10:13 am Thread Starter
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Do It Yourself, Bay Area Moto Shop

This is cool, a place to work on your own bike, with shop facilities.

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post #2 of 9 Old Jan 22nd, 2012, 5:29 pm
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Nah, I'll just go to Doug's and probably get lunch served too.
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Nah, I'll just go to Doug's and probably get lunch served too.

Certainly a good option.

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Re: Do It Yourself, Bay Area Moto Shop

Sort of like a 'Self Help' section in a book store..........If I told you where it was, I'd be defeating the purpose.............right?............



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I like it, I should start one at my shop
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Sort of like a 'Self Help' section in a book store..........If I told you where it was, I'd be defeating the purpose.............right?............
There is a link in the post, didn't it work?

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Re: Do It Yourself, Bay Area Moto Shop

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There is a link in the post, didn't it work?
Works fine for me!

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Re: Do It Yourself, Bay Area Moto Shop

What a great idea. I'd love to see something like this in Tampa.

Seems like there is something sort of like this in Jacksonville, Fl.

I really like the idea. I think I could change my tires in 2 hours.

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Re: Do It Yourself, Bay Area Moto Shop

Dan-A; my bust, it worked this time...........Good idea. From here in BFE, it's 120 miles to a bike shop...........I'd go broke buying absorbent pads for the HD crowd.........



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