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Perry
19-05-09, 02:08 PM
Anyone knows of a cheap bike Towing service or someone which has ute in (SYD). Need to tow the bike to a workshop thats all?

Cheers
Perry

kev.inc
19-05-09, 02:10 PM
From where to where.?

Perry
19-05-09, 02:16 PM
From where to where.?

The bike is at Kingsgrove at the moment need to tow it to a decent workshop (any suggestion on a ok work shop?)

CONAN
19-05-09, 05:22 PM
Al's Bike Towing - 0429 800 900

Good bloke, lives at Wentworthville. Tows all around Sydney. His truck has a proper fitout to secure the bikes.

CONAN
19-05-09, 05:23 PM
What kind of bike is it?

I've used RC Tuning before, their located in Moorebank - just behind Liverpool Exhaust. They tune, repair, service bikes and most importantly they know their stuff. The lead mechanic there is pretty cluely.

brasher
19-05-09, 06:50 PM
Ghostriders

0428 922 700

or

Allwest Motorcycle Carriers
ph: (02) 9603 2979
fax: (02) 9603 2679
mobile: 0408 248 382

keungleung
19-05-09, 07:46 PM
just a zxr250 which has been sitting for 2 months not used... so needs a carby clean, new fuel etc etc or whatever it is to get it started again

was running perfectly fine before being left unused

tried the battery and it wasn't that... sounds like it turns and wants to start but doesn't hold.

snappy
19-05-09, 07:56 PM
I left my bike for 2months unridden, cranked but wouldn't fire, so i just clutch started it a few times and worked fine.

kev.inc
19-05-09, 08:45 PM
zxr250. If you can, get it to RB Imports in Taren Point. They race the little 250 carbies so they would be the guys to go to.

.::F[L]Y::.
19-05-09, 09:52 PM
be prepared to be ripped a new asshole... lol

keungleung
19-05-09, 10:35 PM
hahaha not gonna use expensive workshops cause its not like i'm going to keep the bike for long anyways

TMA5
21-05-09, 01:03 AM
woah you still haven't ridden it since??

i'm just letting my L's elapse now.... :(

.::F[L]Y::.
21-05-09, 11:33 AM
since we are on the topic of bike transport. Can anyone recommend a good company for interstate bike transport?

From Melbourne to Sydney. Door to Door service?

I found one company, just would like to get comparative quotes.

keungleung
21-05-09, 01:51 PM
i rode it like twice - around the block for 2 minutes at the start

so it's kinda been sitting there for months

c0LL1n
22-05-09, 07:55 PM
have you thought of hiring/borrow a trailer and just gettin some tie-down belts?
i know my mate used that when he had to transport his race bike to the track...

Perry
23-05-09, 02:06 PM
All Good we ended up calling Ghost Riders for the service top bloke.