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Old 02-01-2010, 07:49 PM   #1
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tire changing

I just recently invested in a tire changer. I live in the rosenburg richmond area about 30 mins south of houston. I don't like getting raped on tire changes and you guys probably don't either so im gonna try to give some guys a break. If you bring me just wheels it will cost $50. If you bring me the bike it will be 90 dollars. But I.M. me first because i might not be able to pick it up. Any bikes with alot of modifications I.M. first because i may charge more and again i may not be able to pick it up. I can balance pretty much any bike i can pick up. Send me a message and ill send you my phone number and address. I do work full time but ill try to accomadate as many as possible.
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Old 02-01-2010, 08:27 PM   #2
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OK I've got 3 motorcycles that I already bought tires for and I need to get them changed.
This sounds like a great offer.
PM me your phone number so we can get together and get these tires installed soon.
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, and I've been changing tires for my fellow riders for free these past few years! Well, that's not entirely true, usually they give me a six pack or something.

And I'm not trying to in your cheerios or anything, but there are a number of shops in Houston that will change tires for $20 each off the bike. So $25 isn't exactly a break.. A couple of them are sponsors on this forum.
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, and I've been changing tires for my fellow riders for free these past few years! Well, that's not entirely true, usually they give me a six pack or something.

And I'm not trying to in your cheerios or anything, but there are a number of shops in Houston that will change tires for $20 each off the bike. So $25 isn't exactly a break.. A couple of them are sponsors on this forum.
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