brake pads that you sell for a 2010 K9

Nukeranger

Nukeranger
In my case, I ride a lot more than I clean. If I cleaned my wheels after every ride, I wouldn't notice any dust from brake pads. However, I don't clean my wheels but once every 4 to 6 months. I use the front brakes mostly and don't ever see brake pad dust on them (only dirt and dust and rain water spots). The back wheel is so wide that the dust has no place to go once it's on the inside surface. Just to and from work averages out to 48 trips between a wipe down or cleaning depending on how I feel. When I ride my Triumphs, I downshift a lot and don't use the brakes as much as the Big Dog. I downshift the Dog from 6 to 5 to 4th gear but then I use the front brake first and back as needed. The Big Dog weighs approximately twice what my Triumphs weigh.

I do believe I may clean the Dog prior to the Kansas trip but maybe not!
 

BWG56

Guru
I simply told the guy where he could get pads.
He didn't ask anybody that question did he Boo ? No but he did want to know which pad produce more dust and I told him ON THE BIG DOG FORUM not on your site what I used and where he might be able to get some, one of which links is your place but guess you only sell the cheap stuff.

unless you own the BDB forum.
Your right I don't own the forum but I pay money every year to be a "Supporting Business". THEN WHATS YOU BITCHING ABOUT, are saying his question was directed at you? Then he should have said Curtis "brake pads that you sell for a 2010 K9", but he didn't. So if anyone asks a question on the forum and I want to give them my two cents worth I will. Or should I call you and ask for your permission to post my remarks. I am a paying member as well so stop crying in you beer.

I guess business is not as good as you figured it was going to be trying to corner the BDM parts Market :oldlaugh: :oldbang:. I have probably given away more parts that what you sell :oldlaugh: and then you try to screw your customers with junk :whistle: :whistle: . If you know so much why couldn't you get the RIP unit to work on Raywoods bike, because you promote junk because that is what you sell JUNK :oldsmile::oldsmile::oldsmile: Just because you can take a starter apart doesn't make a licensed starter repair business :eek: much less a qualified starter repair shop :(. Anyone can replace parts with cheap components and charge an arm and a leg :oldlaugh:.
All this over a set of brake pad, :oldhardlaugh::oldhardlaugh:, I have better things to do :yawn: get a life and move on Jr. BTW my feeling don't get hurt, I have been there, done that and nothing matters to me, I will still be here to see the sun come up the next morning until god says no more.:oldsmile:

Carlos :oldsmile:
I have to agree with ya on the starters Carlos, I used my spare to get a local member up and running and told him to send his to Curtis for a rebuild and received a starter that was absolute junk, the member was charged for a new brush assembly and a new field coil and neither was installed in the starter. The pics below are the rebuilt starter, sure doesn't look like a new brush ass'y. When I questioned it, I was told I voided the warranty and had no reason to open it, well my suspicions were correct and he got caught with his hand in the cookie jar.
To his defense, he did refund the member the rebuild price that he charged him, but I still didn't have a quality starter without additional cost to myself.
You can see on here by his comments that there's no love lost between us and I'm ok with that, and now you can see why.

As a business you need to be able to take some constructive criticism in order to make your business better.

And Carlos, you did post his website and I don't understand, or should I say I do understand the comments because I've been there and I'm the A$$.
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Little-Boo

Well-Known Member
Troop Supporter
I have to agree with ya on the starters Carlos, I used my spare to get a local member up and running and told him to send his to Curtis for a rebuild and received a starter that was absolute junk, the member was charged for a new brush assembly and a new field coil and neither was installed in the starter. The pics below are the rebuilt starter, sure doesn't look like a new brush ass'y. When I questioned it, I was told I voided the warranty and had no reason to open it, well my suspicions were correct and he got caught with his hand in the cookie jar.
To his defense, he did refund the member the rebuild price that he charged him, but I still didn't have a quality starter without additional cost to myself.
You can see on here by his comments that there's no love lost between us and I'm ok with that, and now you can see why.

As a business you need to be able to take some constructive criticism in order to make your business better.

And Carlos, you did post his website and I don't understand, or should I say I do understand the comments because I've been there and I'm the A$$.
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No I did not, I was only trying to turn some business his way. But I guess I shit the stick according the what was said :oldsmile:. I can deal with It, I sleep well at night knowing that I have helped more people than not. :old2:

Ride Safe


Carlos :chopper:
 
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