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Old 03-20-2006, 05:27 PM   #1
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Does any one know of a good and reasonable mechanic that could work on a Honda cruiser? Nothing is wrong with my bike at this time but I would like to change some things on it at this time such as handle bars, forward controls, and add the 2 spot lights to the front w/new turn signals.
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Old 03-20-2006, 05:28 PM   #2
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Correction in the Clear Lake or Webster area.
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Old 03-20-2006, 05:36 PM   #3
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Hop on that yourself!

Not trying to be rude or anything... But I was iffy about doing anything on my bike myself... Then I realized... Its just a motor and wheels... Like my truck.

I've done all my own modifications and work.

Try it, its not that hard.
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I worry about f up the gears for the forward controls and the electrical for the lights. If its just turning a nut no problem.
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Does any one know of a good and reasonable mechanic that could work on a Honda cruiser? Nothing is wrong with my bike at this time but I would like to change some things on it at this time such as handle bars, forward controls, and add the 2 spot lights to the front w/new turn signals.
I'm in friendswood and I dont mind helping ya so's you can get some hands on and learn, and I will help ya free FREE FREE
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I'm in friendswood and I dont mind helping ya so's you can get some hands on and learn, and I will help ya free FREE FREE
**Scooters mind thinking**

well... a 12pack wont hurt
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well... a 12pack wont hurt
dark beer is a bonus, no mass produced water. kthanks
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I know for a fact he's thinking Shiner Bock dark. Afterall, it's mother's milk!
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I worry about f up the gears for the forward controls and the electrical for the lights. If its just turning a nut no problem.
i hear that 'the cycle stop' in webster works on all kinds of bikes. a friend of mine suggested, but i haven't used them yet.

http://cyclestop.net
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you are very wise Mr. Kevin
Shiner Dunkleweizen is the bestest ever!
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Thanks for the impute. Scooter I just might take you up on that offer for hands on help. Plus beer no problem.
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