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Curt!

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Post Wed Aug 09, 2006 5:45 pm

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Anybody know of a good shop around Kingfisher, Oklahoma?
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44u

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Location: oklahoma usa

Post Thu Aug 10, 2006 7:12 pm

Looking for a shop for service/parts or one to rent?
I live north of Kingfisher and have been through quite a few times. (Used to get stopped by the policia on a regular basis.)
If you're looking for service/parts I'll be glad to check for you, but I don't remember any scooter shops there; at least not the HD types.
Jerry Covington's operation is a bit west of me in Woodward, OK.
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Curt!

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Post Thu Aug 10, 2006 9:13 pm

Thanks for the reply 44U
I sold my Shovelhead to a guy in Kingfisher. He's owned metric bikes but never a Harley. I can tell already that I'm going to have a lot of phone time with him every time he even changes oil. I thought that if I had a shop that does good work to refer him to, that it would be less expensive for both of us.
The guy's name is Robbye Jones. He works at the bank there in case you run into him. Can't miss the Shoveler.
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44u

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Post Thu Aug 10, 2006 11:08 pm

I racked my brain a bit and I can't think of anyone who does HDs in Kingfisher at all.
There is one guy in Enid (I live about 20 miles out from there and Kingfisher is about 40 from Enid) who can probably handle anything needed. He runs a small shop behind his house NW of Enid and has been into HDs for as long as I can remember - at least 40 years or so. He is also a retailer for some aftermarket parts, although on a small scale.
The phone no. (Prairie Cycles) is 580-242-4362 and the guy's name is Slats - good guy and old time biker. Definitely lives the life.
Generally open from 10 am till ?????
Hope this helps you out.
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Curt!

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Post Fri Aug 11, 2006 10:59 am

44u
Thanks That helps out a lot. He was talking about dragging it all the way back up here for repairs. I'll pass the info along.
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