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Portlander here, so no experiance with Ducati Seattle. Ive heard good things about them tho.


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I havn't heard of this service. But i would for sure take them up on it.
I always get my bike serviced with them and am very happy with there service. I live in bremerton and wonder if they would come over here also.
How did you hear about this pickup thing?

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olybiker said:
Great idea, but that eliminates Olympia. :mad:
It's 61 miles to Seattle.
Back to searching for my own truck...
I've got a truck for sale. perfect for hauling bikes to and from the shop/track.
Don't let the name smokey-leaky fool you, she's a champ.
 

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toolfan said:
I've got a truck for sale. perfect for hauling bikes to and from the shop/track.
Don't let the name smokey-leaky fool you, she's a champ.
[thumbsup]

haha
 

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maxpowers said:
So Ducati of Seattle is picking up people's bikes for free to do service on them. Anyone have experience with doing this?
They picked up my MTS when I was at work...super convenient. They still have it though :'( ...stupid valve guides.

They're doing it until the end of the year.
 

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They have had mine for a while too, and I am having them do barely anything. Is it annoying when you call up and ask when you bike will be done?
 

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maxpowers said:
They have had mine for a while too, and I am having them do barely anything. Is it annoying when you call up and ask when you bike will be done?
I knew mine would take a couple weeks, so it isn't a big deal to me. I was there Sat. night for the DNW party and it was sitting in their shop all taken apart. :-[ They said it'll be done this week though. [thumbsup]

What are you having done??
 
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