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    Round the Dial...

    Paragon Cycles in Mesa had a mechanic I really liked. His name was Kevin, a short scruffy Austrailian, ex racer and team mechanic. He was one of the few guys I ever trusted to do the job right.

    He's gone, but he was such a nutter about bikes I'm hoping he isn't working at a Home Depot...

    Anybody know this guy or spot him at their shop?

    Otherwise, I'm looking for someone trustworthy to not just true but to tension and get my wheels up to perfection...any suggestions?

    Thanks

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    Fish @ Cactus Bikes. 480-940-7433.

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    He's gone?

    Quote Originally Posted by DevDel
    Paragon Cycles in Mesa had a mechanic I really liked. His name was Kevin, a short scruffy Austrailian, ex racer and team mechanic. He was one of the few guys I ever trusted to do the job right.

    He's gone, but he was such a nutter about bikes I'm hoping he isn't working at a Home Depot...

    Anybody know this guy or spot him at their shop?

    Otherwise, I'm looking for someone trustworthy to not just true but to tension and get my wheels up to perfection...any suggestions?

    Thanks
    He was there (at Paragon) about two weeks ago....He's gone now? You know they have a new location at Gilbert/Brown right?

    Anyway, Fish @ Cactus Bikes rocks...knows his bikes....
    Check my pulse...

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    Quote Originally Posted by DevDel
    Paragon Cycles in Mesa had a mechanic I really liked. His name was Kevin, a short scruffy Austrailian, ex racer and team mechanic. He was one of the few guys I ever trusted to do the job right.

    He's gone, but he was such a nutter about bikes I'm hoping he isn't working at a Home Depot...

    Anybody know this guy or spot him at their shop?

    Otherwise, I'm looking for someone trustworthy to not just true but to tension and get my wheels up to perfection...any suggestions?

    Thanks

    You got a problem with people working at home depot??? Just checking.

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    Quote Originally Posted by going29AZ
    You got a problem with people working at home depot??? Just checking.

    Haha, maybe I should rephrase that... I hope he didn't leave the business, he was a good one! Much like you, I hope the economy didn't drive him into another line of work!





    Otherwise thanks for the lead to Fish.

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