Originally Posted by anotherguy
Wheel building is easy. Tedious but easy. Maintaining a laced wheel is not difficult either. If it got so bad the rider could feel it perhaps a little education is in order. The spokes will bed in after a session or two of tightening/truing.
I think education at the MoCo should be done on THEIR NICKLE, not someone else's hide. Quality must be built into the process. Then there is the laissez fair attitude toward TWO SAFETY items at the dealer. I found the almost non-existant brake by simply rolling the bike out of the garage!
TWO consecutive chances for them TWO failures. And we're not talking about a cosmetic blemish here...
Too much is just barely enough.....
2007 Tiger 1050
2005 Royal Star Tour DeLuxe
1973 Yamaha TX750 1984 Yamaha RZ350
1974 Norton 850 Commando Roadster