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Old 08-17-2010, 02:20 PM   #1
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Oil Change

I dont know enough to do my own oil change, so that suggestion is out of the question. that said.

Does any one know the best most inexpensive place for a moto oil change?

I got a 96 Honda F3 (if that helps)

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Old 08-17-2010, 02:24 PM   #2
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do it ur self its really not hard at all!!!!!!!!!! if u really dont want to i know Motorcycles Unlimited does it for 42.50? plus TAX
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Old 08-17-2010, 02:24 PM   #3
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do it yourself its totally easy.
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2 wheel toyz! Or motorcycles unlimited has a nice deal going on as well.
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super easy. loosin the oil pain bolt, let the oil drain out, remove the oil filter, replace the oil filter, tighten oil pan bolt up, and then pour in the new oil
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Or you can take it to Eximports for 139.99!

I was kidding!!!!!
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Old 08-17-2010, 02:48 PM   #9
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I was kidding!!!!!
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I just wanted to see how much they charged, its CRAZY!!! And I remember my wife used to work there and they tried to get an 03 gsxr 600 with 21, miles for 7k! I RAN OUT!!!!
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is it??

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super easy. loosin the oil pain bolt, let the oil drain out, remove the oil filter, replace the oil filter, tighten oil pan bolt up, and then pour in the new oil
Is it really THAT easy??
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Is it really THAT easy??
it is that easy. check on the net to see if you need any o-ring or anything since its pretty old.
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Youtube.com is your friend! They help out alot.
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Dont forget to put oil around the oil filter gasket or it will be to take it off next time.
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dont you need a stand?

my bike is already pretty low too and i dont have a stand...

i think my friend just told me he could do it....but i'm always weary of touching engine stuff cuz i'm always scare i might inadvertedly mess with something and cause more damage...
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my bike is already pretty low too and i dont have a stand...

i think my friend just told me he could do it....but i'm always weary of touching engine stuff cuz i'm always scare i might inadvertedly mess with something and cause more damage...
Just take it to Motorcycles Unlimited then lol
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arent they doing them for $49?
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Old 08-17-2010, 03:51 PM   #18
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buy your stuff, come out to sealy, i have stands, i'll teach you how to do it. and how to clean, check, adjust, and lube your chain while you're at it.
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you dont need a stand its just easier on a stand. but its super easy already. the internet is your friend remember that.
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Old 08-17-2010, 04:31 PM   #20
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You can do it yourself or you can bring it to us.
We charge $49.50 and we also clean lube and adjust the chain, and do a 23 point inspection including checking tire air pressure, brakes. charging system output etc.
We can usually do it while you wait.
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