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Old 08-17-19, 06:02 AM
RH Clark
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Originally Posted by shelbyfv View Post
First visit you were a potential customer. Second visit, you chose to not be a customer after hearing the cost of service. Hanging around the shop for two hours seems kind of creepy. Third instance, they didn't sell you brake pads you don't need? No complaint there. Finally, measure the chain yourself, then decide whether the shop has given you good advice.
Second time I did spend $40,but I suppose that wasn't enough to be considered a customer.

Ok,I am a newby but you tell me, do gears wear out before a set of brake pads. The pads were the original set but apparently both my chain and gears needed replaced. I asked the guy why my gears would be worn out and his reply was because of all the hills we have here. I guess mountain bike gears only last on flat ground.
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