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    any chance they will set up shop on the emerald isle????

    their service sounds like its too good to be true

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    ABW

    Can only agree with this.
    Had my & sons GSs serviced by ABW. Everything said about this outfit is true, all the little extras are fantastic. Always a full explanation of work done. Top Team !!!!!!!!!!!

    Thanks,
    Allan

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    Have to agree the guys are exceptional. Had the KTM prepared for Morocco there and the GS will be in soon for a service. The standard of work is excellent and they allways go the extra mile to make sure everything is perfect. And they have a good supply of coffee. My bikes will never be going anywhere else for anything.

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    Sound good but am I the only one that can't get on their web site? I've tried countless times over the last few months.

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    Shame there a bit far from me, I need some spot lights fitted.

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    Another vote here for ABW
    Had a couple of small jobs done at ABW yesterday. Following an earlier dealer service, I started picking up vibrations through hand grips. (I know a lot of people seem to have this issue). After the throttle bodies were expertly balanced by Jono, the bike is running smoother than ever. Great job. Thank you.

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