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Old 09-13-2020, 11:22 AM   #16
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I would strongly recommend taking it to Advanced Cycle Services - https://advcycles.com/

I would take my Ducatis there from Pleasanton rather than go to several closer dealers and Ducati shops. Jim Davis, the owner, does great work, does not overcharge, and fixes other minor stuff that he notices usually at no extra charge. I never bothered learning how to do the belts on any of my Ducatis, even though I had purchased the books that explained it, because I liked visiting the shop so much. I did my own oil changes, though.
Another for Jim. He always treated my Multi right, and was reasonable priced to boot. Much better than dropping your bike off at a dealership and praying.
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