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post #21 of 29 (permalink) Old 08-18-2018, 12:09 AM Thread Starter
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Got the bike back today.
New pads and rotor on the rear.
No charge.
No squeaks.
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Got the bike back today.
New pads and rotor on the rear.
No charge.
No squeaks.

Ya don't suppose they just sprayed 'em with WD40 do ya?

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Well it's going to sit in the garage for a week while I go to north Carolina for work.
When I get back if there's a lot of dust stuck to the rotor then I'll know!!!
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Well it's going to sit in the garage for a week while I go to north Carolina for work.
When I get back if there's a lot of dust stuck to the rotor then I'll know!!!

uh, why do you have to go to NC for a work assignment?

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I work for a fab shop that supplies equipment to the oil and gas industry.
One of our vendor shops had a faulty weld and I get to go retrieve the part and do damage control with the customer.
Glad I didnít ride, torrential downpours from Nashville to Knoxville.
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Ya don't suppose they just sprayed 'em with WD40 do ya?
Service manager did tell me it was
"my responsibility " to spray the rotor with brake cleaner from time to time.

Never heard of that one...
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Service manager did tell me it was
"my responsibility " to spray the rotor with brake cleaner from time to time.

Never heard of that one...

I don't recall ever needing to do that...
might keep it in mind though, if my deaf ears ever hear a squeak


is your Fab shop on the south side of the Broken Arrow Expressway?
called Total Valve Systems?


I know a guy from there, also has a Goldwing......
he and I rode together up to Coffeyville, KS to a salvage yard, " Taylor Crane & Rigging ' something or other, he bought some things for the shop.
Monstrous place full of more huge hardware than I have ever seen.
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No I'm on the southwest side of town.
Sagebrush Pipeline Equipment Company. As the name implies, we manufacture equipment mostly for gas and oil pipelines, gas measurement and distribution systems, etc.
I'm the only one there on a goldwing.
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