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Old 06-12-2010, 10:07 AM   #1
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Need a spot to get my bike detailed near Pearland...?

I found a spot in Crosby but that is mad far....does anyone know of a reputable spot that will do basic detail and maintenance near Pearland? Thanks.
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Old 06-12-2010, 10:21 AM   #2
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what kinda maintanance? You could probably do it yourself with little to no experience. Gotta learn sometime right?

I say detail the bike yourself. makes you love your bike that much more.
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Old 06-12-2010, 10:28 AM   #3
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yeah I will eventually....but not today lol...I want it done today.
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Oh. Lol. Whoops.

ummmmmm

hopefully someone helps out. Im no use.
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Old 06-12-2010, 11:55 AM   #5
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I'll do it for you! ha
What did you need done?
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cleaning, top off fluids, check and adjust air pressure if necessary. very basic.
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Old 06-12-2010, 01:05 PM   #7
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uhhh my house....lol
j/k take it to R&R at 518 and old alvin rd. by robertson stadium.

as for the maint. they would probably check your fluids and air pressure for you if you ask.
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Old 06-12-2010, 01:14 PM   #8
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Need a spot to get my bike detailed near Pearland...?

You should be checking fluid levels and tire pressures if not before every ride then at least every week. It takes all of about 2 minutes to do. If you need to add a couple of pound of air to your tires you can either use a portable compressor from you car or some people use bicycle pumps. I wired a powerlet socket into the faring of my fz6 and use that to power a compressor/GPS or connect my battery tender. Remember on your fz to check the oil when the bike is upright. Checking it on the center stand is easiest.


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I know a bike detailer if you want show quality detail work, like cutting and buffing.....I do some detail work myself, mostly wash, wax, detail, ect.....takes me about 2.5 hours. It just depends on what your looking for and how much you want to spend. I charge $35 and he charges $100 but you get what you pay for. I cant do it until tomorrow but ill come to you if your relatively close(im in Pearland by P-land PKWY).....as long as you provide the water....lol
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cleaning, top off fluids, check and adjust air pressure if necessary. very basic.
Simple enough. If you want man, lmk.
Im off blackhawk. Can do it tomorrow while at work!
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Thanks for the help folks. i went to Splash's on 518. They charged me $40. It reminded me why I can do it myself lol. Maybe next time I will. Maybe.
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I know a bike detailer if you want show quality detail work, like cutting and buffing.....I do some detail work myself, mostly wash, wax, detail, ect.....takes me about 2.5 hours. It just depends on what your looking for and how much you want to spend. I charge $35 and he charges $100 but you get what you pay for. I cant do it until tomorrow but ill come to you if your relatively close(im in Pearland by P-land PKWY).....as long as you provide the water....lol
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thanks aj… i just did tex garza's busa the other day… gotta love black when its clean! i wish id have taken pics… you could shave with that reflection! lol

he is seriously a stand up, nice guy tho… i wouldnt hesitate to do it for him again…
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Do yourself a favor and next time do small things like that yourself. For more complex stuff, hit Sunny.
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I detail bikes for free and can check all your fluids and air pressure anytime man. I say off bw8 and Beamer... Which is not far from you. Every wenesday night be at my house before 5:30 and I'll do everything free. I wash about 3-5 bikes on wenesdays. And I'll lube/clean your chain. I have spools for all bikes and a bike stand...

If you want to pay someone to wash and detail your bike ni got a buddy who owns his own Bike/Car Wash off Spencer.. Hit me up 832-331-2606
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he is seriously a stand up, nice guy tho… i wouldnt hesitate to do it for him again…
I heard tex garza is a cool dude
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