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Offline Tenequip

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Re: Service cost
« Reply #50 on: January 12, 2020, 04:41:26 AM »
My 6000 mile service cost $50 for oil and filter, $35 for the air filter, $38 for the wire to run fuel pump with fuel tank off the bike, and my time. The actual time for the work was probably 8 hours. This time is probably longer than it should be, because the fuel pump wire took at least a week to get it. I didnt realize I needed it when I started. That made the re-assemble much more difficult after waiting a week to put the bike back together. I made all checks and adjustments the service manual required. The bike runs fine now.

Offline Paulhere

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Re: Service cost
« Reply #51 on: January 12, 2020, 10:20:54 AM »
*Originally Posted by Tenequip [+]
My 6000 mile service cost $50 for oil and filter, $35 for the air filter, $38 for the wire to run fuel pump with fuel tank off the bike, and my time. The actual time for the work was probably 8 hours. This time is probably longer than it should be, because the fuel pump wire took at least a week to get it. I didnt realize I needed it when I started. That made the re-assemble much more difficult after waiting a week to put the bike back together. I made all checks and adjustments the service manual required. The bike runs fine now.

You just made a good case for getting a dealer to do it in a day.  :038:
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