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Old 17th October 2007, 10:02   #31
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Try Asgar from Mira Road, he is very famous from Andheri to Bhayandar and does a clean job. He is servicing my bike since last 1 year and so far hes been excellent.
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Old 17th October 2007, 10:04   #32
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Boyz.....I have tried all the ones you have mentioned above...however, hard to find an honest mechanic these days. I would suggest one garage bang opposite BMS collge, basavanagudi - close to gandhi bazaar...he is a christian...forgot his name.
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Old 17th October 2007, 11:51   #33
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My mech is one guy at Banaswadi who is one of the desciples of Muneer. His name is Nawas. His garage is "Muneer's garage". Unfortunately I dont know anyone at your area.
Just an update. The above one is no more in my favorites.
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Old 30th October 2007, 04:10   #34
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Thx dj7777, for now its gone to sharma from khar sv road.

Needs a lot of fixing upping, specially the electronics, battery dies if you dont start it for a couple of weeks.

Also, Mira road is totally off the beaten path for me.
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Old 30th October 2007, 15:47   #35
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for now its gone to sharma from khar sv road.
How did you find the job quality there? Incidentally, if you're in the Khar area, Antony has a Bullet garage near SNDT college in Santacruz. He's your guy for major repair work, and he does Bullet mods as well. His workshop is in a narrow gully right of the traffic signal when you're going from Santacruz police station (aeroplane garden) towards Juhu Koliwada.

If you go further north on SV Road (about 200 metres after the Mithibai College junction), there's a workshop run by a chap called Sunil. He is not purely a Bullet specialist, but he does a decent job. Then there's Prem, who has a specialised Bullet workshop on Juhu-Versova link road. You can take your pick depending on your location let me know if you need any help with any of these guys.
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Old 31st October 2007, 10:09   #36
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thrs this guy named Malik.has a workshop under the Chembur flyover.Really good when it comes to bullets.a low profile guy with a lot of passion for the royals.he good at mod jobs as well!
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Old 1st November 2007, 17:26   #37
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Anthony is well known... (It is to be believed that he had to replace his right Knee cap coz of the excessice use of tht leg to kick start the Bullets)
His brother David (nothing is wrong with his knees) is also good & is Located at Malal near Mit chowki (link road) a couple of signals ahead of Movie Time theatre.
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Old 5th November 2007, 15:16   #38
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Sharma is not exceptional but he knows his was around a bullet and is quite reasonable. He located the problem in less than a minute and it cost about Rs.150 to change the part including labour (part cost Rs.125).

I'm buying parts from Rajkamal, SV Rd, Vile Parle before milan subway - funny enough the enfield showroom in Bandra does not have spares and wants me to goto Alibhai Premji at Lamington Road, yeah right.

I've decided to put off chroming for now as with the paint it would cost quite a bundle (20,000) and I dont want to spend that much, I'm thinking of picking up another bullet...that would be better I think.
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Old 5th November 2007, 18:07   #39
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The best bullet mechanic i have experiences is 'Chottu' he is placed in tardeo, has his own auto garage.

I do believe that he knows what he is doing, and is absolutely truthfull.

He has restored a 1920 harley, used to own a 1948 bullet 350. He knows the bull inside out. thoroughly
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Old 22nd November 2007, 20:07   #40
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Any idea on a Good and Honest mechanic near Vijayanagar?
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@kph - I know this Nawaz guy when he used to work at Muneer's, care to tell us why he is your favorite no more? The dislike is mutual.
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Old 20th December 2007, 18:24   #42
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Question Bullet Mechanic in Trivandrum?

Guys please recommend a good Bullet Mechanic in Trivandrum (preferably inside the city) where i can take my bike to.

I need a honest, reliable guy and who's willing to accept my suggestions and not act like a know-it-all.

I need to get a general servicing done asap.
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Old 20th December 2007, 19:56   #43
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Sankar, try contacting Mahesh at Kaithamukku (near Passport office) , or may be Murugan at jagathy.I've heard they are good.
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Old 21st December 2007, 19:42   #44
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Sankar, try contacting Mahesh at Kaithamukku (near Passport office) , or may be Murugan at jagathy.I've heard they are good.
yep both of them are good...Murugan mesthiri's( he is called so) w/s is one where guys in our college frequently visit...
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Old 26th December 2007, 18:59   #45
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Murugan mesthiri is good.He is good in tuning as well.It is next to Jagathy bridge.
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