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Hi guys,

I live near Aberdeen and my local KTM dealer is now no longer a KTM dealer. I need to know where my nearest dealer is for KTM so that I can haveit serviced and my book stamped. Does anyone know where my nearest dealer would be, alternatively I can have it done at my local bu just not get my book stamped which I think would be quite critical if i was selling it on. Any thoughts?

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Drysdale, Perth

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It's only Drysdale's who is a KTM dealer in the whole of Scotland now. If you dont like them then next stop for servicing if you want your warranty valid is England.
 

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My bike is a 2006 so not so worried about warranty, the ex KTM dealer said he could service it no bother but just not able to stamp book.
 

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Save yourself a few pounds and service it yourself. It's a good excuse to spend more money on it without the missus being suspicious. It really needs those new bling bits or the gearbox will fall out etc etc.
 

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Is there some sort of service list that highlights what needs to be done, I know the basics but is there other stuff that needs done? where can I source the parts.... online???? sorry if I sound a complete numpty guys
 

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He may be an X-KTM Dealer but i can assure you they did not take away the years of knowledge he got while he was regularly servicing them. If i were you I would get it done there. I have had a few issues on various KTM's and he has always got to the bottom quickly. Like any dealer there will be those that are not happy but i will keep going back for sure
 

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C'mon its no beyond the wit of man to find your nearest............. as 'Duncan no reply' says, it's Drysdale. In my humble they are worth the travel.m I also learned today the the car dealer in Paisley has called it a day.

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And they can certainly stamp the book - just so long as they don't use a KTM stamp.
yep keep using dennis

he can stamp your book but just wont be ktm stamp, tho it easy to explain when they look at the book and the same name dealer is on it that he was the ktm dealer

now he is the new dealer he may stamp it with a husqvarna stamp tho! lol
 
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