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Hi all! One aspect of living as I do (full-time "momad") is doing my own work is much more difficult because I can't carry a lot of the parts and tools I need with me. For instance, oil changes; something as simple as an oil change becomes problematic because of numerous factors - the oil change may be easy, but disposing of the used oil is a challenge when there's no place on the bike to carry it. Having it done is beyond my financial reach at the moment. So, I expect to be in Albuquerque sometime tomorrow, likely by noon, and would appreciate someone to help me with this bike's first oil change since I've had it.


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For a quick and dirty. Stop at a Walmart that does tires and oil changes and ask them if theyll take your used oil. Get a foil turkey pan, dump it in the pan ,and when done give them the oil and filter. Usually theyll happily take it.
 

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Thanks guys. The Walmart thing really helps. I've used the tin pan before, but never thought of changing the oil at the store. I'll do that. :)
 
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