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Having no connection to this dispute nor either party, I can safely say that based on the manner with which 4&6 has been represented on this thread, I would not do business with them. But it appears that's not really a concern of theirs...Just a few worthless thoughts to pass the time.
AM125IKE, I can't comment on your experience, because I wasn't there and didn't see your bike. However, I can comment on my experience with 4&6.I have been working with 4&6 for a year and a half, since I started racing and track days. Jim and Ed have bent over backwards to accomodate me. I needed a fairing mounted the week before Daytona, and even with his busy schedule, Jim got me in and did a great job. I needed work done on a different bike, but Ed had a ton of work to do in the machine shop. He still made time for my cylinder bore work and it was well done and cost just what they said it would. Whenever I need dyno time with their EGA, they are more than willing to squeeze me in. Several other folks I know have had work done by Jim and Ed and have gotten great results, timely service and value for their money. 4&6 is my shop of choice in the Chicago area. Thanks Jim and Ed!Dave WatsonSV650CCS Am #357One other note, I was riding to their shop earlier this year after using copious amounts of grip cement on my new grips. I got there and the throttle was just about frozen. Ed dropped what he was doing, helped me out for just about an hour and got my throttle moving again. Charge for that? Nada. Zip. Zero, Nothing. Made my day, and now I don't use grip cement anymore... :D
...but i'd like to hear (or read) about how you view this sittuation...ike
dave, im just not into kissin butt...
I stated my experience and the experience of others I know who have had dealings with 4&6 and you say I'm kissing butt? >:(Glad I could help you out...BTW, when people work things out through calm, cool discussions it is called being adult. Just thought you needed that clarification...
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