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    Tenere

    Hi Guys, happy motoring.

    Has any one a rock solid recommendation for a Dealer with Yamahas?
    Looking to buy a 700 or a XT660Z.
    I'm normal, honest; however even when buying my last used 650X, the bike had a handful of faults after driving it off a very major dealership.
    It got eventually fixed, but only after warranty hazzle and going up and down to DUB.
    Any help appreciated.
    Cheers Josey

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    Where you living Josey?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Johnnydrama View Post
    Where you living Josey?

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    I'm guessing Connaught, near Galway Airport.

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    Haven't heard a bad thing said about AMI/Overlanders.
    Couple of Galway heads have bought new KTMs there and have nothing but praise about the after sales service/support etc

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    Thank you, especially to squibb34, hats off Sherlock. Cheers Josey

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    I sold my xt660z to a guy from Tipperary, came over on the boat, train to Dundee in the east and was delighted with his buy, point I'm making is, there are some well sorted bikes out there, mine had every possible extra, with all the kev mods etc, upgraded shock/forks etc.

    Or buy the 700, like I did.

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    Bray honda specialise in jap bikes. Cant recommend Mervyn highly enough. Absolute Gent.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BSD View Post
    Haven't heard a bad thing said about AMI/Overlanders
    They're good guys to deal with alright

    Guys around the corner from work have this
    I find them good to deal with too
    If you go to look at it (on a weekday) drop in to me for a cuppa
    Just 'cos you're paranoid doesn't mean they're not out to get you !

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    Quote Originally Posted by drimcong View Post
    Hi Guys, happy motoring.

    Has any one a rock solid recommendation for a Dealer with Yamahas?
    Looking to buy a 700 or a XT660Z.
    I'm normal, honest; however even when buying my last used 650X, the bike had a handful of faults after driving it off a very major dealership.
    It got eventually fixed, but only after warranty hazzle and going up and down to DUB.
    Any help appreciated.
    Cheers Josey
    Tried to PM you there but says you dont receive them.

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    Thanx for the help; I have a buying New block though.
    Also looking at the R nine Ts.
    Nice XT660Z in the darkest East Germany; a bit far off if it turns into a lemon.
    Haha PM, sorry I'm a lurker, only pay for Wikipedia.
    zero85 725175three

    Cheers Josey

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