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Late last month I ordered a MCCT from the TT store as well as a oil change kit. I received the package and the MCCT was no where to be found in the box but the web site said it was shipped with the oil change kit at the same time. I thought I was going to have a fight on my hands. But when I called in to the TT store no questions asked they sent me out the MCCT the same day.

Great to deal with, will be buying from again in the future.

Thanks

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Late last month I ordered a MCCT from the TT store as well as a oil change kit. I received the package and the MCCT was no where to be found in the box but the web site said it was shipped with the oil change kit at the same time. I thought I was going to have a fight on my hands. But when I called in to the TT store no questions asked they sent me out the MCCT the same day.

Great to deal with, will be buying from again in the future.

Thanks

Good recommendation, nothing like a satisfied customer:thumbsup:

I have also brought a few things and the service was excellent.

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Thanks for the :thumbsup: guys!!!

Its nice to hear the appreciation!!!!

We pride ourselves in Customer Service. That is what it is all about -----> YOU!!!

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If you ever need anything just give us a call or shoot us an email even if you aren't sure exactly what you need. Our staff all ride and are VERY knowledgeable and will steer you in the right direction.

We are here and can get just about anything made for a dirtbike.

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