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post #1 of 15 (permalink) Old 06-07-2019, 10:26 AM Thread Starter
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10,000 Mile Service

I am at 10,000 miles on my 17 Bobber. What can I expect, in terms of cost and what gets done, for the 10,000 mile service at the dealer? Is it OK to not get it serviced at the dealer?
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there's a maintenance checklist in the back portion of the owners manual. i'm also getting close to the 10,000 mark and also curious as to how much i should expect this all to cost. (or rather what the normal going rate is).
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post #3 of 15 (permalink) Old 06-07-2019, 02:36 PM
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Well the annual service is about £225 (£90 an hour) labour plus another £60 for oil, filter, crush washer and old oil disposal. Add in an air filter, possible hydraulic fluids and plugs so maybe another £50 so say £350 to £400 depending...............

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Brake fluid replacement and 2 tyres set me back £500 at 10,000mile service.
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Curious if people do the 2 year service, even if the bike is not close to 10,000 miles. (I bought mine used, with very low miles, at about the 1.5 year mark, so it is now coming up on the 2 year, but only 3,000 or so miles.)
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Just did a 10k oil change myself today. I thought about taking it to the dealer but they have a month wait. Really ridiculous that they donít put priority on oil changes. I could have a lot more miles by then. This was my 3rd oil change since I also did one at 5k. I have the dealer tool software so I can reset the maintenance indicator. Thatís something to consider if you do it yourself. If you donít have it, you will still have to go to the dealer if you want the indicator reset.
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post #7 of 15 (permalink) Old 07-11-2019, 12:06 PM Thread Starter
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Got my 10K mile service done. I changed the oil myself prior to bringing the bike in.


Damage was $125. Looks like all that was involved was turning off the wrench and some spot checks.



I'll be buying the dealer software tool in the future.
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post #8 of 15 (permalink) Old 07-11-2019, 04:09 PM
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I do all my own servicing on all my vehicles - that way I know it's actually been done and done right! (Once got my Colorado back home from a dealer service and found they'd put in 1.6L out of the required 6.7L of oil - can just imagine how that would have gone at 15k service intervals!)
Anyway - can I ask where you blokes are sourcing your dealer software tools?
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I do all my own servicing on all my vehicles - that way I know it's actually been done and done right! (Once got my Colorado back home from a dealer service and found they'd put in 1.6L out of the required 6.7L of oil - can just imagine how that would have gone at 15k service intervals!)
Anyway - can I ask where you blokes are sourcing your dealer software tools?
Cheers, Ben.
Great question Ben. 😎🏍👌🏻
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