Dealer Review

Discussion in 'Rocket Owners Northwest' started by Claviger, May 18, 2017.

  1. Claviger

    ClavigerLiving Legend

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    I don't have a T dealer anywhere near me here in Olympia. I don't consider Seattle near me.

    I took my rear wheel and new Exedra Max to get fitted to it and balanced, they quoted $38, not terrible considering what a nightmare I know the Bridgestones to be to mount.

    I go pick it up, charged $24.... one problem... ITS NOT FING BALANCED.

    Doesn't fit on their balance machine.

    Service department is cool, prices are good, open to working on R3s, but don't take your tires there, they can't balance an R3R rear wheel.

    Dealer: Yamaha MotorSports Of Olympia is located in Olympia, WA. Shop our large online inventory.
     
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    That why we have this IMG_0141.JPG :):):):):)
     
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    Ordering one now, can't be assed to give money for half the work in the future.
     
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    albertadukeformer airline pilot without the big bucks

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    where do you get the weights and tool to install and remove?
     
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    I don't understand your question.
     
  7. Claviger

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    @albertaduke Stick on weights, I'd not use the press on type on our rims.
     
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    If the wheel is still off the bike, break the bead and put 2 ounces of balancing beads in and you're done!
     
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    Probably going to end up doing this. What shocks me, is the HD dealer said they "might" be able to do it... the VROD 240.. bueller bueller?!
     
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    The tire on their Breakout is at least a 240.
     
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