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 on: Today at 08:33:35 PM 
Started by dwille1498 - Last post by VaEagle
There are some older posts on this site that is for dealer praise or problems and hasn't been mentioned in awhile though. The way some dealerships change ownership or management it may be hard to keep a dealership's status rating current.
As far as problem dealerships that could be due old employees or just personalities rubbing the wrong way. Then you could have reluctance for some owners to badmouth a dealership since they may be the only one in their area and they know they may have to use them for future warranty work or buy a new bike.
It is also easy to sidetrack a thread, lets' say someone starts a thread about installing an oil cooler and they mention XYZ dealership did the install. That could be followed up with complaint's about that dealership because many dealerships have happy customers and unhappy customers. Then you get no further followup on the cooler install and it's positive or negative uses.
So in the long run if you are trying to research a dealership for work it would be easy to find reviews in a separate section on complaints or praise then to try and find an obscure posting in other threads dealing with other subject matters.
I imagine it would get boring or frustrating to read repetitively by a frequent poster  that XYZ dealership is either" the greatest thing since sliced bread" all the time or the "devil's stealership" if it was a bad experience. many readers would be tempted to say get over it and move on......

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 on: Today at 08:19:34 PM 
Started by Jock - Last post by Miss Susan
Emerts Cove Covered Bridge





I keep expecting the headless horseman to appear. Beautiful pictures Jock. Shrader and I wanted to head back down to the Valley but life gets in the way sometimes.  Hope to see you soon.

Miss Susan

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 on: Today at 08:16:08 PM 
Started by Jock - Last post by SHRADER
As usual great pictures Jock

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 on: Today at 08:15:48 PM 
Started by Jock - Last post by tazmun
Carrie and I did the BRP all day Saturday started out Mile marker one and ended up in Boone NC....but we were in a cage

Must have been beautiful this time if year! Vicki and I have done the complete Parkway 5 times already. We are hoping it do it on our scooters
next year. Had it planned this year, but ran out of time.

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 on: Today at 08:05:58 PM 
Started by fresh oil and pipes - Last post by CVO2FIXUP
Keep it lean.

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 on: Today at 07:45:10 PM 
Started by Texas 103 - Last post by Texas 103
I "fixed" neutral rattle on a 2012 RGU, a 2014 SGS and a 2012 CVO SG by just using a good synthetic transmission gear lube.  This post is not to stir the pot, just saying what worked for me.

I had also heard that before I did anything I   tried Spectro, Redline , Formula+  still rattled . Was very tempted to try Jerry's sure fire cure...hand full of sawdust.   

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 on: Today at 07:41:41 PM 
Started by Texas 103 - Last post by Texas 103
so you only changed out the trap door....or you have a list of parts

 Really don't have a parts list. I just changed out the Baker  door it also comes with a shift drum.   Picked up the stock door next to the Baker, no comparison, it's like a friggin paper weight.   We also slipped the  "scissor'  gear in there  out of a '17 .  PN 35600103 $47.81  . Now it Drops right into gear, nice .  Very pleased with the outcome....Finally!

http://www.surdyke.com/PartsMain.aspx?PartNumber=35600103&SubCatID=&CatID=&Name=&CatName=GEAR%20ASSY,COUNTERSHAFT,1ST   

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 on: Today at 07:32:28 PM 
Started by ChopperPilot - Last post by Serdvd6
Must have been bored today. Thought you were doing that on Tuesday. lol

I actually started last night, until I found out I didn't have a 12mm hex socket, but couldn't find one local so I MacGyver a 12mm bolt to work as the tool  ;)

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 on: Today at 07:27:18 PM 
Started by Texas 103 - Last post by r0de_runr
I "fixed" neutral rattle on a 2012 RGU, a 2014 SGS and a 2012 CVO SG by just using a good synthetic transmission gear lube.  This post is not to stir the pot, just saying what worked for me.


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 on: Today at 07:12:39 PM 
Started by ChopperPilot - Last post by OBB
Installed The Ohlin's FKC 102 front fork cartridges today, ordered from Cycle Solutions and they came with the 3 special  tools you need from Ohlin, then went for a 40 mile ride, what a difference, just wish the HD772 rear shocks weren't back ordered, but should be here latter this month or 1st part of November.     
Must have been bored today. Thought you were doing that on Tuesday. lol

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