Discussion Starter · #21 ·
I wonder what Judge Judy or Judge Wapner would say?
They might say, "If it is part of a pre-ride to check oil, then this would NOT have happened if you checked it before riding it when you left the shop. Even though they were paid to do a 'full inspection' if you were going to ride the bike from the shop, you should have checked the oil. The judge would probably say, "The whole story about the gasket being bad or 'was new ' seems murky, then it seems it was an exhaust gasket. It almost seems like there was oil in the engine and got blown out through a bad gasket and then the 'so called shop did not bother checking it, also for them to say,"No bike shop in the world will ever check oil or fuel or any other fluids" That seems pretty strange to me and THAT right there tells me, "The shop is SO NOT worth going back to with that attitude."
Maybe it is sadly 'The perfect storm for losing a bike, too many things culminated at a point of time, low oil in the crank case, a bad gasket, a louzy attitude towards inspections and checking fluids, things said. ' It might just be a case of the BIG 'IF" if you always checked the oil before starting the bike. I remember trying to get out of trouble with Dad ( a lot of my younger years ) something was to have been done, 'But Dad, if. . . Dad said, "Yeah an if the dog didn't stop to take a ****, he would o' caught the freaking rabbit."
Things have happened earlier in my life an it really got me mad an yeah I tried to place blame elsewhere, but I was 16 and I did know better, just too damn lazy at THAT time to do what I should have and at the time NEVER would have admitted it, sooner or later though, I knew I 'EFFED UP' and had to grow up and start to accept responsibility. BUT by doing that and being able to say, "I know there was the proper amount of oil in the engine, every time I started it,
well that changes things a little bit anyways, and since the shop did NO work and you checked the oil before you left the shop and there was the right amount of it as shown on the dipstick, then maybe you could go after the previous owner, some states have a so-called lemon law.
well i have a big thing that will turn this into my favor even more
I called the shop they said it ran good because they test drove it around the property and stuff
so that means they did not check the oil before test riding it
which means they didnt do the pre check either
which means i am going to win this if i fight it because IF THEY checked it pre check up then then would have seen the oil and said something but because they didnt check it either then they rode it with no oil