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Old 12-11-2020, 12:43 PM   #1
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Looking for: Shop/Person for maintenance on Ducati

Have an old Ducati 1098 that needs valve clearance adjustment & belts changed.

What shop or person do you recommend? Thanks!
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Originally Posted by carbon-14 View Post
Have an old Ducati 1098 that needs valve clearance adjustment & belts changed.

What shop or person do you recommend? Thanks!
I've used Tim Ellis with Ellis Performance in Tomball. If I still had an Italian bike I'd bring it to him. He's like a mcgyver of bikes
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I hear good things about Motorcycles Unlimited, they're on the north side
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