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Old 22-07-2008
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Very nice work...thanks !!!
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Just bought some parts from R&D for my trusty 610, top service helpfull staff and better yet it came in under the price I was originally quoted.

A tonne better service than I get locally and none of the "oh we'll have to order that in, it'll be a week" Even though I had thought some of the parts wouldn't be off the shelf stuff.

Keep up the good work R&D.
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ill be using some of those websites from now on as the dealers have taken 3 and a half weeks and they still dont have my front sprocket or manual in
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yeh, workshop manual
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yeh, workshop manual
What year and model?

Perhaps there is an opportunity to have a communal version with contribution to the communal purchase?
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Old 24-09-2008
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you have a wr125 too and would like a manual?
please explain a bit more
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Just bought some parts from R&D for my trusty 610, top service helpfull staff and better yet it came in under the price I was originally quoted.

A tonne better service than I get locally and none of the "oh we'll have to order that in, it'll be a week" Even though I had thought some of the parts wouldn't be off the shelf stuff.

Keep up the good work R&D.
make sure you see SIMON locally and tell him your not impressed ,he always does me right , if he needs to, tells me to go R & D as they cant supply etc. he also gives me a better price . dosnt give me no bull ,knows i'll buy online .
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Any spare part for Huskies www.halls-cycles.com (US)

I think spares for Huskies is a monopoly here with R&D, and they're not exactly cheap either. I wonder what would happen if they found out......
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make sure you see SIMON locally and tell him your not impressed ,he always does me right , if he needs to, tells me to go R & D as they cant supply etc. he also gives me a better price . dosnt give me no bull ,knows i'll buy online .
Yeah I went to school with him Meslow.....
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you have a wr125 too and would like a manual?
please explain a bit more
Unfortunately I do not - mine is a TE 510.

However, if there are number of wr125 owners who are interested in having a manual then there may be an opportunity to reduce the individual cost by grouping together. Just a thought - the less we spend on anything for our costly steeds the more we have to play with.

I might put up a thread to see if there are people with the TE510 who would be interested in buying a "communal" manual.
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