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Old 02-23-2016, 10:33 AM   #1
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Motorcycle machine shop?

Fellers, I need to have some head work done on my XR650R (valves, seals, possibly guides). I'm on the east side in La Porte, but will travel for a good shop. Can anyone recommend one that is trustworthy of good work?
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Old 03-08-2016, 04:04 PM   #2
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both times I rebuilt my motor I had Harold's Automotive Machine Shop do all the stuff I couldn't do in my garage. great guys, great work, reasonably priced, and usually a pretty quick turnaround
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Rea Machine shop in Pasadena is awesome. Kerry is a breeze to deal with and really knows his stuff.

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Thanks for the recommendations, fellers. Went with another recommendation though; MMW (Motorcycle Machine Works) in Alvin. Jared did a great job for me, and was super helpful with answering all my questions. I would definitely recommend him.
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both times I rebuilt my motor I had Harold's Automotive Machine Shop do all the stuff I couldn't do in my garage. great guys, great work, reasonably priced, and usually a pretty quick turnaround
+1 I had a great experience with Harolds. They re honed my cylinder, checked the ring gap, and filed out a nick on my cylinder head (damaged from shipping).
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