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Old 10-23-2009, 10:41 AM   #1
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Thumbs up Props to Flyin' Duc

This guy took 2 hours out of his day yesterday afternoon to help a poor soul like myself get ready for the track. I had an engine mount bolt (the bolts that hold your frame sliders on) that cracked somehow over a period of time (likely due to my highside way back when) and it left a portion of the bolt in the engine. Tim took all of 30 minutes (minus the hour and half BS'ing with me) to extract that bolt out for me + he loaned me his personal sliders off his project trackbike to see that I made it to MSRC and ECR this weekend.
And the going rate for helping me out when in a bind this go ' dollars. This man is a trackday saver, this is the 2nd time he's bailed me out in a time of need (, maybe the 5th time).

Thanks DUDE for your help.
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Old 10-23-2009, 10:54 AM   #2
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Old 10-23-2009, 10:55 AM   #3
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He nailed the take-off, but when he landed, something terrible happened. His front tire exploded like a cannonball, and his handle bars went straight through his head. Blood was everywhere. His teeth were ground down to a powder, and the front of his face exploded out the back of his skull. He died instantly... the next day.
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Old 10-23-2009, 10:58 AM   #4
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+more than I can count...he's bailed me out more than a few times, once even on a Saturday last November - fyi, the shop is normally closed on Saturdays, so he made a 100 mile round trip to help me out

That is more than enough reason to keep bringing him my business, fo sho!

Tim and Lisa are great peeps!

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Old 10-23-2009, 11:49 AM   #7
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Tim and Lisa are good people for sure!
That's for sure. Had the pleasure of meeting them a couple months back. Took time to help me with a similar bolt problem. Really good guy. And I even over heard some of the conversation he had with one of his employees, and you can tell that he really has his customer's best interest in mind for sure. Real stand up people. I will try to go out of my way to make it to his shop if I can for any car work I may need.
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I always thought speedcheeser was a meth head with a fondness for dairy products.
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he's a viking accountant. he looks at the bottom line, then he yells at it.
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