Topic: Triumph or Ducati owners who have work done at dealership that services both  (Read 1996 times)

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Offline agl675

Hello, can anyone recommend a place to have the 6K mile service done on Triumph bikes. I have Street Triple that will be nearing it's service interval and I like to know if there is recommended place or places I should stay away from. Thanks in advanced.

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I've always gotten great service from So Cal Triumph/Ducati in Brea. :49:
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I've always gotten great service from So Cal Triumph/Ducati in Brea. :49:

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I get mine serviced there,too.
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thanks everyone... I checked out the shop during the Demo day, looks like a pretty good shop. It's a little far but I would travel the distance to get good service.

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I've had good luck with the parts dept.  service, I'm 50/50

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Spectrum did a great job on my 1098 the last time I got a flat.  They drove to the Spectrum to pick the bike up and dropped me back off at work.  They also went the extra mile, without me having to ask, and took care of a few repair/recall issues (heat shield and rectifier issue).  They weren't cheap, but they did a great job.  Unlike some shops back in Dallas, I didn't find any loose bolts, or other crap wrong with my bike when I got it back and they got it all done the same day!

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Hello, can anyone recommend a place to have the 6K mile service done on Triumph bikes. I have Street Triple that will be nearing it's service interval and I like to know if there is recommended place or places I should stay away from. Thanks in advanced.

Well if your in the IE I would recommend Doug Douglas Motorcycles they've been around since 1963 and they are a Platinum dealer for Triumph n thats were i work  :49:
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