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    Default Thanks Jon

    A true friend and excellent mechanic. Accomplished amazing things within a horribly short time period. My hat is off to you. No problems on the ride home. See you in the morning. Any of you that don't have Jon work on your bikes are nuts.

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    Thanks bro, Sam will be there to help finish off
    Why is common sense not so common

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    Default I'm torn...

    between echoing all the great comments about Dr. X and his work on our X's -- and wanting him to have some free time so he can get out on HIS scoot!!

    Consider yourself VERY lucky if you get a chance to have him take care of your X.

    BTW.. Jon -- since Saturday, I've now put about 350 miles on.... the new plugs seem to be working just great. The scoot is just loving this weather... and the miles just slip away as I'm crus'n on my X!

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    Quote Originally Posted by eagle1953 View Post
    A true friend and excellent mechanic. Accomplished amazing things within a horribly short time period. My hat is off to you. No problems on the ride home. See you in the morning. Any of you that don't have Jon work on your bikes are nuts.
    +1 He's the man. I won't let anybody else touch my bike when it comes to that stuff.

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    so, what did you have done to the bike?
    put some miles on that thing, and stay safe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by artemtroy View Post
    so, what did you have done to the bike?
    brake pads, brake fluid, new front tire, and various other things. jon puts a lot of care into his work.

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