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Trying to find out how to contact a mechanic in my area. He lives in Frazier Park I think his name is Javier? Not really sure he also posts here on TT. I think his TT name is like Trail Trick or Trick Trail.

Anyone know who I am talking about?

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Trying to find out how to contact a mechanic in my area. He lives in Frazier Park I think his name is Javier? Not really sure he also posts here on TT. I think his TT name is like Trail Trick or Trick Trail.

Anyone know who I am talking about?

Javier posts a lot on ktmtalk.com under the screen name trailtrick.

I'm pretty sure his shop phone is 310-923-0485. I've never used him, but those that have are very favorable.

R

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Yes, Derrick I rode with you on March 3rd, thanks for the pictures.

I'm #34(chet), paul is #31.

Javier comes back from vacation 3-11-07, I have a appointment with him to do my suspension on 3-12-07.

Call me and I'll give you directions to his shop.

chet 213-792-8269 cell

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Javier posts a lot on ktmtalk.com under the screen name trailtrick.

I'm pretty sure his shop phone is 310-923-0485. I've never used him, but those that have are very favorable.

R

That's his correct number. He's done both engine and suspension work for me. Good guy, great work.

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maybe he could get you some new plastics paul since yours are all jacked up now hahahahaha

derek, he'll probably be out at prospectors

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maybe he could get you some new plastics paul since yours are all jacked up now hahahahaha

derek, he'll probably be out at prospectors

Nah, I already ordered new plastics, new graphics, a new swingarm, and a big bottle of armor all so the bike will look all new and shiny! LOL. Yeah right, I actually like the scratches, it makes the bike look ridden!!:applause:

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