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Shop in Baltimore MD to do head studs on a 6.0 diesel

Looking for a performance shop in Baltimore to do a set of head studs on a 6.0.
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Pasadena Diesel...Gilstan just had his done there and was very pleased with the results. He had ARP's, EGR delete, Airdog II, Powermax turbo, heads checked and decked, and injectors benched tested. There a small father/son team and everything is done in house. Gilstan can tell you more about it

'06 6.0, EGR Delete, SCT/Looney, Swamps 58v w/PHP Atlas 40,Banjo Bolts, Built Trans w/GoGo Solenoid, Blue Fuel Reg Spring, DieselSite Coolant Filter, NUC Oil Bypass, CFM+ elbow, 4" exhaust w/cat-muf delete & FTE rsntr, AFE CAI w/zoodad, Extang bed cover, Daystar LK w/Bilstein 5100's, RC Dual Strng Stblzr, Nitto Durra Grappler's, EGT/Trans pillar gauges, Valvoline x-blue w/fumoto, Oasis Dif Cover, Firestone airbags w/Airlift system
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I Found The Best Little Diesel Shop In Maryland

'06 6.0, EGR Delete, SCT/Looney, Swamps 58v w/PHP Atlas 40,Banjo Bolts, Built Trans w/GoGo Solenoid, Blue Fuel Reg Spring, DieselSite Coolant Filter, NUC Oil Bypass, CFM+ elbow, 4" exhaust w/cat-muf delete & FTE rsntr, AFE CAI w/zoodad, Extang bed cover, Daystar LK w/Bilstein 5100's, RC Dual Strng Stblzr, Nitto Durra Grappler's, EGT/Trans pillar gauges, Valvoline x-blue w/fumoto, Oasis Dif Cover, Firestone airbags w/Airlift system
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Thanks, I PM'd him. Curious about what the going rate is for labor to do the job.
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Pasadena Diesels shop rate is $90 an hour, I just called them to do some work on my truck. I live about 50 miles from them, but after talking with Bob over the phone, I feel that it's worth the drive.

I've been looking all over the place for a good shop in Northern, VA that specializes in Diesel work, but haven't found one I felt comfortable with. After A few minutes on the phone with Bob, I could tell the guy new his stuff and took pride in his work.



*Note, I've got a 7.3 and am not getting the head studs worked on. It's probably in your best interest to give them a call and get a quote.

Here is a link to them
Home - Pasadena Diesel Repair

I'll report back with a review of my experiences.
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Never heard anything but good stuff about Pasadena.
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