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Old 04-17-2016, 08:07 PM   #21
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Patrick is the will be pleased with his service...
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Old 04-21-2016, 08:57 PM   #22
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Picked up the Wing, headed for Bandera and the sisters next week. Can't wait to check out the new upgrade
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Hi Patrick, I emailed you last night about my KLR650 (needs to be jetted) and look forward to meeting today around noon. Cheers and thanks for supporting TWT.
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Just another happy customer...PR4s were purchased and installed at MU while I waited for my Bandit. They did a great job and the bike feels so much better than it did with the OEM tires.

I'll be back...........
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Old 10-11-2016, 01:02 PM   #25
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Well, smack me

A few months ago I dropped off a set of Ohlins shocks for my 1200 GS to have them rebuilt. The back was harsh and the front had leaked all over the place. Patrick got them done quickly and for a very reasonable price. I forgot to come back here and mention that I got them back on the bike just in time to head out for an 1800 mile dual sport trip through Utah and Colorado. The difference after the rebuild was amazing! I did not realize how bad they had become. We rode through some pretty rough stuff. I was loaded down with all three hard bags and a passenger and the bike handled it great!

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