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ATTN! Excel's name change/buy out.

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Nice, he was always really cool to me. I guess I'll have to follow him over there.

I hope Faymyers get's it together. They have walked me twice! I buy somewhere else, then they call me and say "let's make a deal!"

I liked them better when they were on Alameda.

Plus, they don't want to match prices either.

I like the OTD concept!

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Visited the OTD site, some very good prices on CRF250 and 450X's are listed :applause:

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the selling strategy.1 price,no haggle.you call or come in and get the bottom line price.no suprises.

Great for dealers who have an interest in taking every dime a buyer is reading, willing and able to pay.

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OTD is the way to go. We've had several dealerships in so cal for years now.

Don't bother going to the other dealers, these guys give you a great price. A lot of times you pay even less than the MSRP price but out the door! That's a deal! Thanks Burned for all the help you've been to countless thumpsters.:applause:

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One great thing about the East Colfax store is I can get a new bike with a side of crack... maybe a hooker too.
DOH!:applause:

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My Mikuni problems started at Excel. I had them rebuild the tp end of my xr650r and add the flat slide. I tracked down the mechanic at Gay Meyers last week and he did a cople of adjustments but the darn thing still runs like junk. See my post under Mikuni posted today. Will the guys at OTD stand behind the Excel work?

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i replied to your pm.your work was not done by me or at my store.

OTD only bought the one store and its commitments.

any issues of the yamaha/kawasaki store are handled by G-Force.any issues of the south store will be handled by who ever buys it.

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One great thing about the East Colfax store is I can get a new bike with a side of crack... maybe a hooker too.

Why do you think Eddie's bike and truck are so fast?!! It's like running a gauntlet to get there!:bonk:

I bet they can't complain about the rent though!

E,

Did they take down the big Excel sign yet?

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fees,tax etc.the actual bottom line.

i was skeptical myself,but that is really how it works.

I purchased both my DRZ SM and my g/f's TTR125 from OTD dealers...

Painless and CHEAP!!!

About to buy a DRZ-S from them. Good experience for me from two of their dealerships.

Too bad there's no Nor-Cal OTD Suzuki franchise.

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When I worked at the steelership. OTD meant On The Drugs. We were refering to our sales staff.

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Same expierience with OTDcycles in Los Angeles. Went to their web site, they emailed me their OTD price, I called to confirm they had the three bikes in stock. My son and I went down to pick them up and their the bikes were waiting with my name on them!! All I did was call, give my first name and confirmed the price. I kept asking them to verify the prices, and they did .(had other dealers change the price on me from salesman negotiations to finance)so I was a little skeptical. When I went to finance all the prices were right and I signed and paid!! I will always buy from OTD cycles. The best expierience I have ever had purchasing a bike.:applause: :applause:

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I also contacted OTD for a quote when I was shopping for an SM and was ready to get one from them, but a dealer close to home said they would match the OTD price so I bought there for the easy pickup.

Greg

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