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Old 05-11-2010, 01:35 PM   #1
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Old 05-11-2010, 01:58 PM   #2
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thats why i dont go to any big dealerships here in texas, because they dont give anything back to me the consumer, the only place i seen giving away bbq and letting me ride at theyr extra small lot was cycle gear
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thats why i dont go to any big dealerships here in texas, because they dont give anything back to me the consumer, the only place i seen giving away bbq and letting me ride at theyr extra small lot was cycle gear
ummmm hellllloooooooo.
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Old 05-11-2010, 02:33 PM   #4
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i was talkin bout the nw honda aj foyt by my house , their custumer service is garbage
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dang and no sponsors have even jumped in here yet. i wonder if any of the shop owners still have fun on their bikes or if they all just are after the paycheck?
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dang and no sponsors have even jumped in here yet. i wonder if any of the shop owners still have fun on their bikes or if they all just are after the paycheck?
Helllloooooooo??? To u too lol
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Helllloooooooo??? To u too lol
so your dad is doing this ?
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i've seen k's motorsports try a few bike nights, just wasn't a huge turn-out. Motorcycles Unlimited has classes once a month for maintenance.
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I've been to that store in Cali. They had a HUGE selection, it was very impressive. I love being able to go to a store and buy stuff and not have to order it.
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Harley dealerships usually have a bbq every sunday...but Harley OEM parts are probably a bigger ripoff than any Japanesse stock parts.
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dang and no sponsors have even jumped in here yet. i wonder if any of the shop owners still have fun on their bikes or if they all just are after the paycheck?
Really dude? I bet you will find some seriously devoted riders at almost any MC dealership.

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Harley dealerships usually have a bbq every sunday...but Harley OEM parts are probably a bigger ripoff than any Japanesse stock parts.
Harley dealers are open Sundays?? Weird.
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Really dude? I bet you will find some seriously devoted riders at almost any MC dealership.



Harley dealers are open Sundays?? Weird.
ya you MIGHT find a few but most owners/managers don't care any more...i do know the guys at stubbs usually have a yearly ride with goodies and stuff.
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ya you MIGHT find a few but most owners/managers don't care any more...i do know the guys at stubbs usually have a yearly ride with goodies and stuff.
Where are you deriving this statistic? Almost all I can think of are heavily vested in the sport.
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i've worked at several motorcycle shops, this is no statistic, personal xp
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Maybe I meant Saturday...I don't really remember.
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Harley dealers are open Sundays?? Weird.
i 100% agree with you. however i am talking about the owners not the guys wrenching or selling the bikes.
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no way. a buddy of mine stunt rides a buell and his parts are always way cheap compared to japanese
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