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Newbie meetup service thing

Discussion in 'Bling and Appearance' at netrider.net.au started by Wypuk, Apr 27, 2006.

  1. Hey all i need to service my bike like oil and sparks and brake fluid and stuff
    so i was thinking if any like minded who dont know much about bikes (or do and are willing to help out hehe) want to meet up on a w/e and have a play with our lil 250s

    this is a random thing so if there are any takers plz lets do this
    i dont even know which oil i need :p

  2. if you can;t find anyone in melbourne to do this with, ask around for what mechanics are good in the area. my one is great, very friendly. i went in and asked if i could watch him service it etc, hang around every now and again, and so bit by bit i am picking everything up. i now know how to bend a front fairing back into position, streetfighter a bike, oil, lightbulbs, i managed to change the master cylinder and bleed my own front brakes over the phone with him :) anyway, good luck i hope you have fun doing it. also,
    is a good sight that adds a little humour to basic maintenance, with lots of pictures.
  3. :LOL: :LOL: :LOL:
    I love the little G.I Joe....very well done. I love this site..thanks
  4. Ahh cheers sounds like a plan
    i really like the idea of streetfightering a bike. espiecially mine
    any1 done a GPx as a streetfighter, well apart from people that have stacked?
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  6. Thanx jafu i would but the problem is i work on friday nights so its abit hard to get to :(
    hopefully during semester break around july i want to come out for a cruise with the net rider crew koz ive been a lurker for ages and i want to put alias to face :)
    again thanx
  7. also another site wich i ofund very helpful relating to bikes is this one
    mostly cruiser riders, but the stuff being discussed is usually quite generic.