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Old 08-24-2006, 11:50 AM   #61
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Ricky I have a truck and trailer you know that. BUT, I work for stubbs cycles, and when we do a wreck bike it has to be perfect. Before a wreck can leave our shop it must be perfect. And we can not call a bike totalled, that is the insurence companys job. BUT, at times if a bike is close to being totalled we would just rather have it totalled then have to deal with it. SO saying all a dealership wants to do is take money, is totall bull . When you get your bike back look at it, if you find anything wrong, tell the dealer and make them fix it.
Bring a wreck bike back to original conditions takes money. How many times have you heard this line, "if you find anything wrong, tell the dealer and make them fix it"? That is such bull talk. So, what happen when you do bring it back and the dealer says, insurance company is not paying for this particular items? That means you are going to pay it out of your pocket. Things should be done right the first time. If you have to go through that kind of trouble why not take it to place that do it cheaper just in case insurance is not paying for the parts. If there is nothing else wrong then at least you make some money on the accidents. What about deductibles? Is the dealer, waiving the deductibles or discounting it? Everyone seems to think that the dealers is the only place that does good work. There are independent shops that employed good techs that does not charge an arms or legs to fix a bike.
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Old 08-24-2006, 11:55 AM   #62
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well i took the fairing off to look at the damage.. .the block has a nice crack and the side cover is bent all outta shape.. so no worries..if they fix it itll need a new motor to that list
Okay, we can all stop arguing about what the dealership will do to you. It is definitely totalled!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!!!
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I work for texas yamaha, but the one on spencer. I used to be at the one at south.
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I work for texas yamaha, but the one on spencer. I used to be at the one at south.
what do you do there? do me a favor. . . head into the service department, and kick Derek in the shin and tell him Joe said hello.
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