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Old 08-24-2008, 11:36 PM   #21
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yeah i completely understand that. the dealer i am at often will not even moutn tired unless they are bought there as well.
!! But I could understand that... don't agree with it, but understand it...
Bikers are a pretty small population. Between the do-it-yourselfers, people buying take-offs and so on and so forth, the businesses that stock bike tires more than likely hold on to their stock for some time... Gotta make that buck and move that stock when ya can, k'yao meeeeeean? (its gibberish, learned it from billy madison...)
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Old 08-25-2008, 12:16 PM   #22
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The problem with this is the only dealership that's close enough to drive to wants $80 to change two tires that are already off of the bike. Something that takes them 15 minutes to do at most. I'm not one of those customers that brings in something that's a PITA, and if you ask me $40 per tire is price gouging.

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we charge $70 for 2 tires, But you gotta think we gotta make a living some how. If they are only charging half an our you gotta think what we make.
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Old 08-25-2008, 12:25 PM   #23
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cool toy to have.. I usually change my own tires and it can be a pain without that to make the process easier.
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