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I offer a full line of repair and restoration services on almost all makes and models. I do specialize on vintage Japanese twins and Goldwings, but all makes are welcome. Basic work like oil changes, tire replacement are welcome and done at affordable prices. Carb cleaning, rebuilding, synchronization of multi-carbs; brakes services such as new pads, rebuilding calipers, master cylinders and new lines are all jobs we do. We can solve electrical problems, rebuild charging and ignition systems, replace wiring harness, update stator, fix starter issues.
We clean, derust and seal gas tanks and can remove tank dents if not severe. Other services are front fork rebuilding, driveline service and engine service.
We are also also a great place to get your scooter repaired or serviced.
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I am a dealer for Dimple magnetic drain plugs for oil pans, transmissions and primary drives. Do your engine a huge favor and install one of these drain plugs to protect it from metal debris that passes through the oil filter
I'm also an installing dealer for Powerlet powersports electronics.
see more information on both of these products elsewhere on this website. Or call, text or email me for complete info or to order yours today.
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I'm just as much an avid rider as you are. Since I live near Green Bay, WI., a lot of my riding is in Wisconsin. I try to often combine riding with camping. I usually have my bedroll and camping gear with me. I’ve ridden up to Canada, out to Maine, to Sturgis (actually lived near Sturgis for many years) and have always been able to return home on the same motorcycle I left with.
My favorite area to ride is the upper peninsula of Michigan, especially U.S. 41 up to Copper Harbor, M-26 back from Copper Harbor along the Lake Superior shoreline and M-58 from Munising to Grand Marais. Lots of hills, curves and scenery.
I bought my first motorcycle in 1967, a brand new 1967 Triumph Mountain Cub. I rode that little Cub for an entire summer off road before I took it out on a highway. I rode it in several enduros and learned how to keep it going, even when it quit way back in the woods someplace. I found out the quirks of British motorcycles , Amal carburetors and Lucas electronics- the Prince of Darkness. I still own this vintage Triumph.
My next bike bike was a 1969 Honda CL 450 Scrambler. I put many miles on that bike, riding between Illinois and the upper peninsula of Michigan, where I was going to college. It was on this bike, at 60 mph, that I first learned what it felt like to have a rear tire go flat- very interesting experience. And this bike forced me into engine rebuilding. On a trip home from Michigan, it started making a very unnerving rattling out on the toll road. Turned out to be a thrust washer on the crankshaft had disentegrated. I ended up having to completely rebuild the engine replacing the crankshaft, bearings, rods, wristpins, rings and pistons. What a learning experience!
I learned that I didn’t want to be at the mercy of expensive repair shops. I learned how to maintain and repair my own bikes and help other riders do the same. I did it because I really enjoyed the mechanical aspects and loved the fact that repairs were inexpensive and this allowed me to ride more. As the years passed, I worked on more makes & models and personally owned more motorcycles. Motorcycles are a real passion of mine for over 50 years now. I enjoy sharing my skills and knowledge with younger riders so they can enjoy the thrill of riding without it costing them a bundle. I do it because I love it!
Send us a message with any questions or a detailed description of what the symptoms of your cycle problem is. Please include make, model, year and mileage. Give a brief description of what you’d like me to do- anything from an oil change to a full restoration. Please include your contact information. Thank you. I look forward to hearing from you.
Algoma, Wisconsin 54201, United States