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perhaps ,but do you have any idea of the cost of running a repair shop with employees , workman's comp, liaability insurance, taxes, rent or mortgage, permits and so on?
The irony of this "screw the stealership" mentality and "lack of dealer network" complaints aren't lost on me.
I do all my own work EXCEPT when my Gold Wing 1800 needed some work. Just taking all the plastic off to get to stuff is a three -four hour job!I took it in for rear seat heater not working, brake job, new tires, fluid changes, etc and dont even want to discuss what the total bill was. I now work on my own Gold Wing too!
The now-closed Honda dealer I used to use advised me to pull the bodywork before bringing the bike in to save on labor. Worked out well for me (unless you're riding the bike to them). Same with tire mounting - $50 on the bike, $25 if you just bring the wheel.
This alone is why I am gravitating toward simpler lower maintenance motorcycles. I have performed open heart surgery on a few bikes. Fun, but time consuming.
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