I brought my 95 Goldwing with 90K in as it would not start. The previous month it wouldn't start so Sloan's was "nice" enough to fix it and I asked them to change the oil while in the shop. The second time they told me the head gasket was blown and the block was full of water and would cost 2500 - 3000 to fix. I didn't have the money so I wholesaled it to them. A month and a half later I found my bike (custom paint -- very identifiable) on Craigslist. I contacted the guy who buys Wings and converts them into Trikes. He has been working on Wings over 15 years and doubted the gasket was indeed blown. He drained the oil which was black (makes me wonder about the synthetic oil they claimed to put in a month ago) but there was NO water in the oil - so I am supposed to believe the rings on the piston were so good to block water draining into the oil, yet the gasket was blown?
Because of their CRAPPY service (though they were very nice when talking to me) I lost my bike which I rode every day and now I have to come up with more money (that I don't have) to get a bike back.
I won't change the air in my tires at this establishment. They cheated me!