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    ultrabuddy twrayinma's Avatar
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    gotta make this quick:
    fell off my bike in Marlboro, MA this morning.
    i'm fine, but i need to know the closest decent shop that does body work on suzukis. i'm *pretty* sure it's ridable (with a jury-rigged shifter), but ugly.
    it's at a towing place, and they're gonna start charging me storage soon.
    anyone got any info, let me know.
    i'll post full report later.

    thanks,
    -t

    [Edited on 4/24/02 by twrayinma]

    [Edited on 4/24/02 by twrayinma]

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    hmm well this guy named Paul, repainted and repaired all my plastic this past winter... for cheap (under $400). He is in Revere, if you are interested i can get you his number.

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    Bikeless Prick
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    That sucks dude, seems that you are ok? Which is good...

    If'n the bike is safe to ride home, get it there and then take your time and find a decent body guy. I wouldn't rush into it. You'll get plenty of advice from members here about their favorite shop. I'd recommend EmpireGP. www.empiregp.com

    Don't forget to post the details...

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    ultrabuddy twrayinma's Avatar
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    i'm missing both left-side blinkers, and my shifter's broke, but if i clamp some vice-grips on, i can at least shift a little.

    one or both of the front brakes is "shussing" but a *short* ride might be okay. i figure if i ride home, i might as well ride to GBM... arlington and waltham are just about the same distance from marlboro.

    -t

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    glad ur okay! if you lived closer my way i'd recommend who fixed my bike last yr - did an awesome job matching the paint... and it cost me around 250 for the work - but take ur time if u can - ask around get prices - ur better off doing that verse jumping into it!

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    Sorry to hear that. Good thing that you walked away from it un-hurt.

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    Glad you're ok man! Keep us posted on the repairs, etc.

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    ultrabuddy twrayinma's Avatar
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    shawn is a god among men, and offered the use of his trailer.

    step1 of the crisis is over... i can now work on the crash report, and try to find a shop in a leisurely fashion.
    -t

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