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Dr.BobTue Nov-11-08 03:47 PM
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"Re The Isles in Denver -- what's up with this?"


  

          

Back in October 2007 I took my Norton chopper to The Isles British bike shop in Denver, CO. It was puking oil from one pipe. Greg, the owner thought I needed a top end valve job. Every month after that he had one excuse after another on why he hadn't started my job. August 2008 and he begins. Turns out top end ok. So now he says he's gotta look into the bottom end. Now it's November 2008 and the job's still not done. Any other bike shop I have ever used always completed a job straight through once they started. Not Greg. Now doesn't know when he'll finish my bike. It's now been over one year! He even had the timerity to say he's still taking on new jobs. Has anyone else ever dealt with this dude? This seems totally unprofessional and unbusinesslike. If I go down there to get my bike, I'll wind up with a box of parts where my engine was. I strongly recommend people not to deal with this guy. What incredible bulls--t

  

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