Join Date: May 2006
Location: Ellensburg, Wa, Washington, USA
Poulens Honda of Yakima, Wa, did the job without question in three hours, even though I didn't buy it there. I showed them my letter, and they set me up an appointment. I like and trust their mechanic; when I dropped the bike off, I told him to check the rear pads and if they were close, to go ahead and swap them out. But I said nothing about the front pads, and I gave him a landline instead of my cell phone, and we went on to Walla Walla to visit an ancient Aunt..... The mechanic saw that the fronts needed swapped, and tried to call me to get an okay.....but, since I wasn't home, he couldn't. He tried five times. But I figured it was my screw-up, not his, and so I brought it back the next morning and paid him a $30 labor fee to swap them out. I figure the kid has integrity (he showed me the old pads), and a house mechanic with integrity is a rare and valuable thing.
First name: Mel (Red\'s: Sandy)
"It's a dangerous business, going out your door. You step onto the road, and if you don't keep your feet, there's no telling where you might be swept off to." (Bilbo Baggins)