Jan 5th 2017, 06:05 PM
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Originally Posted by Josh
Its not a bad attitude at all. Being a mechanical and quality engineer, it is very easy to pick up on most major mechanical issues. I've never had a bike or car have a major mechanical failure without many warning signs first.
Since I have integrity and would never sell a vehicle without disclosing any known major defects, if it blew a motor or tranny or something, I would have to assume they were abusing the vehicle or doing something else stupid.
Well, you can at least pick up the phone and find out what the problem is. Maybe it's something simple.
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