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Repair parts
« on: 08/08/07 09:20AM »
Finally got my parts coming in. Should have them sometime next week. Got a new brake MC, new bars, and a new throttle assembly (OK used, but not broken) for $119. Get my wheel fixed and I'm riding again. My shoulder is still sore as hell. The cool thing is it gives me some time to do things I should done earlier, like bleed my clutch lines, swap my brake pads, actually CLEAN my bike, and take care of some quick-n-dirty wiring I did to get things running, but needed to be finalized. I miss 2 wheels something fierce.
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Re: Repair parts
« Reply #1 on: 08/08/07 09:28AM »
I know how you feel man. I think ive been off 2 wheels even longer then you have right now...and it sucks! If you need a hand with anything give me a shout.
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Re: Repair parts
« Reply #2 on: 08/08/07 09:31AM »
I think I got it handled. Besides, working on my stuff is cathartic for me. Keeps me from listening to the voices telling me to climb clock towers with a rifle from dealing with imbeciles all day.  :D
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Re: Repair parts
« Reply #3 on: 08/08/07 09:32AM »
mike, where are you getting Ducati parts so quick?


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Re: Repair parts
« Reply #4 on: 08/08/07 09:34AM »
fleabay. If I'd ordered from a dealer, it's about 3 weeks from Italy. Quality craftsmanship takes time.  ;)
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