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Old 08-31-2006, 09:34 PM   #81
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Either position, going down is second gear not six. Or, manufacturer position, down in first, and up in second. How does it jump gears?
well my boy rowdy has his 954 like that its 1 up and the rest down,no probs.its a race thing,but i guess the owner dont know how to use it.with a name lik e bikerboys, you have to be a squid.just stop bashing a reutable shop for your cheap bike,and trying to get it fixed ,how do you not know that the problems pre existed,and they just pointed them out? well what ever i think u need to just lock this thread and shut the **** up about it, happens,and you live once noone is perfect(not even our presidentof the united states),so grow up and get over it.sheeeeeesh.
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Old 08-31-2006, 09:40 PM   #82
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dude if you came to my shop and i did all this shitt to your bike and i didnt tell you about it i think u would be and on top of that i blame u for it
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Old 09-01-2006, 05:31 AM   #83
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dude if you came to my shop and i did all this shitt to your bike and i didnt tell you about it i think u would be and on top of that i blame u for it
Just as long as it was free, I would be like " yeah" Thanks for the GP shift. So wheres the pics of your bike you Kunt?
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Old 09-01-2006, 06:13 AM   #84
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Just as long as it was free, I would be like " yeah" Thanks for the GP shift. So wheres the pics of your bike you Kunt?
+1 i didn't know you could make a 10 speed shift GP style? you got one of those Yakima bike racks for it too?:laughing6
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Old 09-01-2006, 06:30 AM   #85
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Originally Posted by Los
Just as long as it was free, I would be like " yeah" Thanks for the GP shift. So wheres the pics of your bike you Kunt?
this thread is too funny. it seems to me like they "hooked" you up anf fixed the problems. in my head i can picture someone starting off in second gear and then slamming it into 1st

oh and can you actually see the nolts that are missing in the picture?

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Old 09-01-2006, 07:21 AM   #86
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Old 09-01-2006, 07:45 AM   #87
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come on scoot, we can "banarama" bikerboyz. If we did that, we would have to start making fun of Jake again, and he doesn't even post anymore. i think we should keep bikerboyz around for the entertainment factor. haha
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Old 09-01-2006, 10:32 AM   #88
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bikerboyz is clearly lacking in bike knowledge, and has a hard time communicating properly. Neither of those should really be counted against him. so what if he is a noob, and he got his bike yesterday? should he be treated any different than a 20 year rider? no. in fact, you might wanna take more time to shed some light for him.

bikerboyz is clearly not doing himself any favors by being an in the matter, which makes him an easy target, so he is ****ing himself on that one. ill grant that. i always try and make things right, too, but if someone is being an despite my trying, well then i quit trying...a customer getting bad service has right to ask for it to be corrected. they have a right to not settle for less than what is fair and to make the situation right. when they want to play hardball and get more than they deserve back, or want to be abusive or disrespectful, they give up their status as a customer who has done no wrong. after that everyone is just playing games and its all BS anyways.

also, the value of his bike should not matter in the least either. a customer with a 20k ducati is not a better customer than one who has an $600 F1. a paying customer is a paying customer, who has done you a favor by giving you a job, and giving you work to do. it also should matter if someone is spending just enough for an oil change (or even a handful of screws) or an engine rebuild. true you get what you pay for, but there should always be some minimum standard of service. in this case, sounds like he was spending alot of money anyways, so its not a factor here, but i felt it should be brought up anyhow..

about the labor to put plactics back on, two hours does seem kinda high, but either way, were they told there would be a charge for this?...if prices are worked out in the begining, these things dont become a problem. i would imagine that if someone came in and said "how much for a paint job" i would assume the quoted price includes putting them back on after they are painted.

the gp shift...its still not clear if the customer was told about it. again, rider ignorance should have nothing to do with it, as a matter of fact, making a change like that, you should take some extra time to explain this to the customer and make SURE they understand what you are talking about, ESPECIALLY if its a new rider.

clearly this extra time wasnt taken or else bikerboyz would have known it was changed up.

the oil..well thats bikerboyz own fault, unless he asked them to check the oil, check the fluids or asked them to "check everything" or something like that. of course, with that there should be an additional charge for the service. its up to every rider to do their own maintenance, save what they specificly ask a shop to do. shops deal with alot of bikes, they have time to do what you ask for and thats it. your not going to get a 51 point inspection just because your bike was in their garage....unless you ask for it.

101% agreed.
Doesn't matter what the customer brings in, if he brought it then he is willing to spend the money and he deserved the time and courtesy. As an owner of a car or bikes, YOU DO NOT HAVE TO KNOW ANYTHING ABOUT IT. That is why we have shops and service departments for the motor vehicle illiterate or mechanical handicaps.
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