- Rear wheel bearings - these were apparently some of the worst the mechanic at the dealership had seen and were begining to affect the oil in the gearbox etc.
- Rear brake disc - had this replaced as it was developing a lip on the outer edge. I'd thought the grinding noise from bearings was partly down to dodgy brake pads / disc. Turns out the pads were fine and the disc probably didn't need replacing yet. Oh well, I've got a spare...
Other than the above the bike just had a regular service including the following items:
- Rear Brake Disc (sourced from SYM) - £76.95
- Carriage Costs - £5.95
- Sundries - £3.00
- Workshop Oil (0.80 ltr) - £5.20
- Gearbox Oil - £3.62
- Environmental Charge - £3.50
- Labour Charges - £43.00
- Vat @ 20% - £28.24
Total Charge: £169.46
Still waiting for my replacement front mudguard from SYM and chasing up the dealership for a replacement exhaust heat-shield that appears to have been damaged prior to me picking the bike up after the insurance repairs.
The bearings took over a week to show up and the mudguard has been ongoing since mid June. Bearing in mind this is a bike that is on sale / in production it disappoints me how long lead times are.