New Motorcycle repair service

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Re: New Motorcycle repair service

Postby Dave » Wed Feb 18, 2015 9:24 am

Feedback:

First time using Luke B for a fork service. I had my forks rebuilt/serviced by a recommended (on here) MOT place but they just weren't performing as I'd expected.

An imminent trip to Wales caused me to have them looked at by Luke B as he'd also come highly recommended and was someone who we ride with on occasion.

Luke spotted one part was missing from the forks which really should have been picked up on the previous service. I could spot it and had never taken apart forks myself.

The stiction is gone, the forks are repaired, the service was excellent and even tho he lives far away I'm glad I went to him.

I would recommend Luke B.




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Re: New Motorcycle repair service

Postby Luke B » Wed Feb 18, 2015 11:09 am

gtcoDave wrote:Feedback:

First time using Luke B for a fork service. I had my forks rebuilt/serviced by a recommended (on here) MOT place but they just weren't performing as I'd expected.

An imminent trip to Wales caused me to have them looked at by Luke B as he'd also come highly recommended and was someone who we ride with on occasion.

Luke spotted one part was missing from the forks which really should have been picked up on the previous service. I could spot it and had never taken apart forks myself.

The stiction is gone, the forks are repaired, the service was excellent and even tho he lives far away I'm glad I went to him.

I would recommend Luke B.

Thanks Dave, pay you at the weekend :lol:




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Re: New Motorcycle repair service

Postby Stewie » Wed Feb 18, 2015 2:33 pm

Just to add, I've used Luke's services in the past and it's spot on, friendly, efficient and really knows his stuff, and quite local to me :D
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Re: New Motorcycle repair service

Postby AJAG » Wed Feb 25, 2015 1:13 pm

I agree, Luke is very good. Sorted out my fuelling issues pretty quickly.

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Re: New Motorcycle repair service

Postby Fleegle » Wed Feb 25, 2015 1:42 pm

Another recommendation from Luke from me

Bike ran as sweet as a nut at the weekend after coming back from a service and valve check. He found a few issues whilst working on the bike and just sorted it out

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Re: New Motorcycle repair service

Postby Corky78 » Thu Feb 26, 2015 9:15 pm

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Re: New Motorcycle repair service

Postby Beerbelly » Fri Feb 27, 2015 6:30 am

Just had the bike back from Luke - fitted mousses, sorted out pressed starter gear, Lighter oil in forks and a service. Good job mate.
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Re: New Motorcycle repair service

Postby Luke B » Fri Feb 27, 2015 12:42 pm

Griffindor wrote:Just had the bike back from Luke - fitted mousses, sorted out pressed starter gear, Lighter oil in forks and a service. Good job mate.



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Re: New Motorcycle repair service

Postby Dominic » Fri Feb 27, 2015 3:45 pm

Another thumbs up for Luke - sorted out my mate's bike too

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Re: New Motorcycle repair service

Postby Corky78 » Sun Mar 29, 2015 7:22 am

Another recommendation for Luke.
Dropped my bike round with a long list of jobs, including fork rebuild, replacing all fluids and bleeding, fitting new tyres and checking rear shock set up.
First ride with it yesterday and what a huge difference- like a new bike.
I will be using his service again for sure.
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Re: New Motorcycle repair service

Postby Stewie » Wed Apr 15, 2015 10:26 am

Top work done by Luke, on my lads TE250, thanks for the great service, at a great price, can't recommend Luke enough, thanks.
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Re: New Motorcycle repair service

Postby Billy » Wed Apr 15, 2015 5:52 pm

I have never used Luke`s repair services, but if you need someone to eat all your food when they are pissed, then when you are on top of a mountain in Wales miles from any shops and you need someone to smoke all your cigars, Luke`s your man..............Fat Bastard.............


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