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post #1 of 8 Old 02-17-2009, 07:06 PM Thread Starter
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Can I Pay to have Audiovox Cruise Installed?

It used to be that I would love to spend a weekend tinkering with my car / motorcycle / garden tractor / anti-gravity device. Now, I prefer to drop stuff off, say what I want done and return with cash.

Anywhere in the Borden or Kingston, Ontario, areas that sombody could drop off a DL 650 for a CS100 Cruise Control install?
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post #2 of 8 Old 02-17-2009, 07:28 PM
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Good question. Have you contacted your local dealers. Some will. Some will not. Those that will not and most that do will send the work out to a third party. Just ask them who.

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But now that you've asked......

Anywhere in the Southern California, South of LA, North of San Diego, areas that sombody could drop off a DL 650 for a CS100 Cruise Control install?

I often lose control. I really I hate my life.

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post #3 of 8 Old 02-17-2009, 07:49 PM
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It used to be that I would love to spend a weekend tinkering with my car / motorcycle / garden tractor / anti-gravity device. Now, I prefer to drop stuff off, say what I want done and return with cash.

Anywhere in the Borden or Kingston, Ontario, areas that sombody could drop off a DL 650 for a CS100 Cruise Control install?

If you ship or drive it up to Kenora Ont I install it for you. I'm and auto tech by trade and in the process of installing the audiovox on mine.

P.S. Kenora is 200kms east of Winnipeg
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I just moved my cable to pull from the front instead of the rear. No more scratching the gas tank. I still have the servo under the left side cover but aiming forward now. The cable end connection is now set up like JohnofChar's at http://11109.rapidforum.com/topic=10...2597&startid=5

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If you can get someone to do it please tell them they have a second customer here as well.

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Where is the best price on the cruise unit?

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I just moved my cable to pull from the front instead of the rear. No more scratching the gas tank. I still have the servo under the left side cover but aiming forward now. The cable end connection is now set up like JohnofChar's at http://11109.rapidforum.com/topic=10...2597&startid=5
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