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Fin Repair

Discussion in 'Vendor Feedback' started by JohnnyBiker, Dec 10, 2012.

  1. JohnnyBiker

    JohnnyBiker Well-Known Member

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    This is the place that I sent my head to to get fixed. I have no experience with these guys but my Indy sure does like their work. here is a link to their site. Nose around a little bit, you may need their services. Advanced Cycle Machining
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    Fixing a fin on a set of heads is no big deal.
    Its nothing to worry about even if you do not fix it.
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    I am going to have to give Advanced Motorcycle Machining a rating of A++ for the work that they did on my head repair. I am the one that goofed it up and I have to say that it was really difficult for me to find where it was that they had to fix. Great Job BOYZ!!! Thank You!!
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    Gettn a fin welded back on is no big deal I was a welder for years.
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    I had forgotten to add what it was that it cost me to get the fins repaired. Including shipping from Hutchinson MN to Superior WI. and back, my total was $140

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