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Old 03-19-2014, 12:27 PM   #1
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Got my bike out of the shop

Bike has been in the shop for about three weeks, carb work, fuel pump and decided to have oil changed before I pick it up so I can just ride. I'm happy with the work and got out of there for under $500 all in. Riderz garage did the work, from what I can tell really good guys and what I was quoted is what I paid even with extra time and effort put in by Clay, I feel like he went the extra mile.
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