If your not comfortable with doing the work your self. You are better off getting the shop to do it. :luck:TitanSV said:Don't own a digi cam and the bike is already at the shop for the estimate. I am going to get the estimate and decide which way to go depending on cost and what parts they say need to be replaced. They are definitely going to have to fix the alignment because that is definitely a job I can't do.
I wouldn't want a rattle-can paintjob on my new bike.JEKYLL said:Sometimes things get tweeked like that,you just gotta loosen everything up and retighten w/it aligned,shame you couldn't have just sanded your plastic yourself and given her a rattle-can paintjob...
I've had a few myself but , not new ones.Gas Man said:Hmmm... I know of a few rattle can bikes.....
I would do the same and try hard to keep any usable parts. Damaged or not.TitanSV said:I am not rattle canning my new bike :bash:
The front fairing was damaged pretty bad, so that had to be replaced no matter what and since I am going the insurance route, I am replacing everything.
Yes, tell the dealer you want ALL damaged parts. Most of them will resell on EBay. I made a killing on a few insurance jobs on the old parts!jeeps84 said:I would do the same and try hard to keep any usable parts. Damaged or not.
That and nice to have for spares if needed.Gas Man said:Yes, tell the dealer you want ALL damaged parts. Most of them will resell on EBay. I made a killing on a few insurance jobs on the old parts!