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drinkingmymilk 01-28-2018 09:39 PM

Tire changing, North Branford
 
Have a changer and balancer.

$20 per tire with the wheels off the bike.
$50 per tire with the wheels on the bike.

$10 to dispose of used tire (ea.)

I have a lot of tools but if you know that your bike needs specialty tools please let me know.

And I will have a waiver that will need to be signed as well. Iím not a pro by any means and will not be responsible for light scratches. Iím more doing this as a favor because I know all to well what a pain in the ass this can be to get done.

mattr302 01-29-2018 07:49 AM

Nice!

What's the price for a tire change without fucking up my rims? :twofinger:

drinkingmymilk 01-29-2018 07:57 AM

I’m not saying I will scratch a rim. But if I do, I’m not fixing it.

For the sake of being a dick, $300 per wheel if you want me to garrente there won’t be a minor scratch. :rolleyes:

downshift 01-29-2018 08:02 AM

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Originally Posted by mattr302 (Post 904770)
Nice!

What's the price for a tire change without fucking up my rims? :twofinger:

:iws:

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Originally Posted by drinkingmymilk (Post 904772)
Iím not saying I will scratch a rim. But if I do, Iím not fixing it.

For the sake of being a dick, $300 per wheel if you want me to garrente there wonít be a minor scratch. :rolleyes:

Smutty did it and guaranteed no scratches. Also, he was cheaper, closer to where I live, didn't have me fill out a bunch of legal paperwork so you could go all "JHawley" on my bike and not be responsible for it, and I usually got a free beer out of the endeavor too.

0/10 would rather have smutty back. :twofinger:

Mr. Kurtz 01-29-2018 08:04 AM

You picked up Smutty's changer? I almost considered buying it as a spare, but I didn't realize it was a manual one.

csmutty 01-29-2018 09:37 AM

Want me to ask a mod to clean up the thread for you Chris?:love:

CamaroJockey 01-29-2018 10:03 AM

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Originally Posted by downshift (Post 904775)
Smutty did it and guaranteed no scratches. Also, he was cheaper, closer to where I live, didn't have me fill out a bunch of legal paperwork so you could go all "JHawley" on my bike and not be responsible for it, and I usually got a free beer out of the endeavor too.

0/10 would rather have smutty back. :twofinger:

Guy is so worried about you scratching a wheel that he shits all over your service offer thread...


This strikes me funny since history dictates that he's just going to trash the whole fucking bike withing a few months of the tire change.

drinkingmymilk 01-29-2018 10:19 AM

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Originally Posted by Mr. Kurtz (Post 904776)
You picked up Smutty's changer? I almost considered buying it as a spare, but I didn't realize it was a manual one.

Yeah, for the kid dirt bikes alone I figure itís worth it.

Iíve got the space, why not? Figured Iíd post up here as a way to help out some members who donít get up to the track to see you guys. Oh and because Iím a decent human I actually cleared this with Christian first. :rolleyes:

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Originally Posted by downshift (Post 904775)
:iws:



Smutty did it and guaranteed no scratches. Also, he was cheaper, closer to where I live, didn't have me fill out a bunch of legal paperwork so you could go all "JHawley" on my bike and not be responsible for it, and I usually got a free beer out of the endeavor too.

0/10 would rather have smutty back. :twofinger:

I donít need your money. I am not a business. Iím a guy willing to help out a group of friends. Truly, fuck off.

Mr. Kurtz 01-29-2018 10:21 AM

Yeah, having that in the garage will pay for itself in tire changes in short order, especially when you figure in the convenience.


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csmutty 01-29-2018 11:19 AM

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Originally Posted by Mr. Kurtz (Post 904785)
Yeah, having that in the garage will pay for itself in tire changes in short order, especially when you figure in the convenience.


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Seriously. That thing paid for itself the first year I had it.


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