Join Date: Mar 2011
Location: Oakland, CA 94602
Which could mean
I changed my front tire, after replacing the tire my brakes were very poor. The brake handle would go to the handle bar. I could 'pump them up' but naturally that is not normal.
I then tried bleeding the brakes and the problem got worse. Took the bike to the local Suzuki dealer and I'm looking at a $200 bill for them bleeding the brakes.
I asked the tech why simply changing the tire would cause air to get into the system? His answer? "Your best bet would be to have us change your tire."
breath in breath out............
The cost is on them if they quoted you the
book rate for a tire change
Current Bike: 2007 ABS Wee, rebuilt forks with Cogent DDC, Elka rear shock, tapered roller steering stem bearings, fork brace, Admore top box lights, LED side-only turn indicator lights, Powerlet outlet, frame sliders, Givi windscreen, Givi top box.
Prior Bikes: 2003 EX250, 2007 DL650 (non-ABS)