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"Harsh Ride TSB" Kearny Mesa Toyota, San Diego

Discussion in 'Suspension' started by VolcomTacoma2011, Jul 7, 2011.

  1. Jul 7, 2011 at 7:06 AM
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    VolcomTacoma2011

    VolcomTacoma2011 [OP] Well-Known Member

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    Hey guys, I just wanted to throw a shout out to those of us Southern California...if you are looking to get that harsh ride TSB done, go to Kearny Mesa Toyota. I tried the dealer I bought from (Mossy Toyota in PB) they just tried to bullshit me pretty bad, so a few days later I tried Kearny Mesa and they pretty much bent over backwards once they realized I'd researched the problem a bit. Just walked in and told them that anytime I put my motorcycle in the back (about 600 tops wet weight) the back end felt really harsh Nd felt like it was about to bottom out and all that, they tried to say a few other things at first until i told them I knew about the TSB and that i was covered and so they had me drop my car off yesterday morning, checked me out a free rental for 2 days and said it would probably be done by sometime today. The service guy called me yesterday, AFTER HE was off, just to let me know the parts were arriving In the morning and would be installed immediately.
    Anyways, just though is give you guys a headsup if your looking to get it done!!

    Just got my bull bar and side steps on as soon as I got home, and my weathertech visors. Now just waiting for the TSB to be done so I can install my 5100's with OME 885's!
     
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