AHL rims are of good quality. I believe AHL is using "Somo" brand rims in its bikes.
When i bought Deluxe rim to replace stock rear rim of my GS, the guy who did the fitting and alignment specifically praised its quality.
And after that when he fitted the stock rear rim at front wheel, he said that this rim is of inferior quality and comparatively difficult to align perfectly. Though it is working fine for me.
I kept Deluxe for 2 months and found Honda mechanics stupid/arrogant.
I bought it from Aabpara market, G6 sector, Islamabad. At 300Km i went for first oil change and ask them to adjust the rear shocks as well as they were stiff backbone killers. They behaved strangely as if i have asked them to do something illegal :mad:
and said that it is new that's why these are hard, they will get better with time, and it might even void warranty if i change the stock settings. I was like what the hell, it's my bike and if i want softer setting why the hell you not doing it. Anyway after little argument i made them convinced to do it and they found out that they didn't have the tool to adjust them. :mad: Pathetic loosers.
They give me address of their service center in G10 sector, so i went there and got them adjusted to soft most level. Now the guy at this service center thinks of himself as ultimate expert on Deluxe in Pakistan and if you feel anything wrong with your bike and tell him, he comes inspect the bike and say nothing is wrong with it. Arrogant son of *** :mad: If you ask him some question, he feels a big "gustaakhi in his shaan" and answers in very rude way.
Third service center is at Murree Road , probably named Quick Honda i think. I bought Deluxe rim from there for my first GS and they charged 1450 rupees. But when i bough same rim for my second GS from other spare parts shop, i got it for 1000 rupee. Then alignment guy told me you shouldn't have gone to this center, they rob people a lot.
On the contrary, my experience with Suzuki has been good. The mechanic and staff at Mr. Suzuki Rawalpindi is very nice and friendly. Same is the case here at Suzuki Bahawalpur Motorcycles.
what's the problem with handle???
Are you sure it isn't the case of simple loose handle. In jumps it goes tuk tuk???
If it's just loose handle, you can simply tight it a little by yourself, all you'll need is a 17 size paana i guess.