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Discussion in 'Pull up a chair and sit for a spell' started by JohnnyBiker, Oct 8, 2018.

  1. JohnnyBiker

    JohnnyBiker Well-Known Member

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    Red, I know this is a long shot but by chance, do you remember the name of the chief mechanic at Hals Harley Davidson when Red blew a crank bearing? I remember that the Service manager that was there when we got there wasn't the one you spoke to because the guy that was there when we rolled up was like 2 days new.
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    Don't recall the name, sorry. Been out in the cell phone/wireless free Nevada wilderness hunting for the past 10 days, so the late response.
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    The reason I am asking is because I was looking into the possibility of having a shop in New Berlin set the crank end play for my 124. This guy was at Hal's during that period when we made that trip.

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