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Old 02-02-2010, 04:56 PM
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Well after pulling a 17000 lbs trailer 900 miles, I'm starting to lose coolant and i'm blowing some diesel out the exhaust. Time to fix the 6.0 and do it all at once. Can anyone reccomend a good diesel performance or repair shop in Oklahoma, preferably the Tulsa area? I'm wanting to do studs, egr delete, and a little bit bigger injectors all at once. Thanks in advance.
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I found this mechanic in Pryor, about 30 miles east of Tulsa, he was recommended by somebody on another forum. I stopped by his shop, and I am going to have him do the egr delete and oil cooler for me. He will do mine on the 15th. He is booked that far out. The contact info is Greg Boney at J&W Mechanical. his cell number is 918-680-2681
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how did yalls trucks turn out? okie from muskogee were you happy with that shop in pryor?
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Well after pulling a 17000 lbs trailer 900 miles, I'm starting to lose coolant and i'm blowing some diesel out the exhaust. Time to fix the 6.0 and do it all at once. Can anyone reccomend a good diesel performance or repair shop in Oklahoma, preferably the Tulsa area? I'm wanting to do studs, egr delete, and a little bit bigger injectors all at once. Thanks in advance.
Roy Coggeshall has a shop called RC Auto Specialists near HWY 169 and 61st street. He was a Senior Master Mechanic before starting his own business. Specializes in power strokes. I trust him.

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Well after pulling a 17000 lbs trailer 900 miles, I'm starting to lose coolant and i'm blowing some diesel out the exhaust. Time to fix the 6.0 and do it all at once. Can anyone reccomend a good diesel performance or repair shop in Oklahoma, preferably the Tulsa area? I'm wanting to do studs, egr delete, and a little bit bigger injectors all at once. Thanks in advance.
Overhauling could be the best choice man! Few months ago, my sentra has also stopped from running. Got an auto repair shop in Tulsa and luckily my rock star is running once again. Here is the address of the said shop: 6300 New Sapulpa Rd Tulsa, OK. The name of this shop is Bob Hurley Buick GMC. but if you're planning to go for an online call, it would be better if you search for Chicago auto repair shops. They're great
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Roy Coggeshall has a shop called RC Auto Specialists near HWY 169 and 61st street. He was a Senior Master Mechanic before starting his own business. Specializes in power strokes. I trust him.

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Thats good to know, its also a less than a mile from my work.
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