commi wrote:Donut wrote:Hi commi, wish I'd read your post earlier. I 've been too busy working on cars to get on the forum. I service heaps of cyclists cars including Keely's and Chopper"s
If I can be of any help in the future just let me know. Thanks for the plug Keely
And yes I give all cyclists a good deal.
Hey Donut. Cool thanks for that.
I went with Heather's recommendation this time as its walking distance to home. And you can understand why I was relunctant to choose one at random in the area. On my way home I walked past at least 10+ mechanics in a 1km stretch!!!! And I know there are more on other nearby streets. Nightmare to choose if you don't have recommendations
everyone has recommendations of which mechanic to use and which one's to avoid , which is why it's always best to get a workshop manual a basic set of tools and do the work yourself , especially for minor things like a service