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Looking for a good performance shop in northern ohio preferable

From a suburb of Cleveland, took my truck to prieble diesel and had erg delete blue springs and a few odds and ends done about a year and a half ago. They did a great job, and very nice people, but I'm looking to bite the bullet and do head studs and possibly injectors, so I can turn it up some more. Anyone from northeast ohio area know of a good performance shop? I guess it doesn't have to be NE Ohio, as I travel for work, just looking for a place a little closer to me, and one that works on powerstrokes (prieble seemed to be more cummins).
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What part of Medina are you in? I live in Brunswick. Most people I know do alot of there own work but I know the people at Reush Diesel which is in Spencer. I knew them prior to them opening there shop and they are great people. My buddy had a large amount of work done there and they are easy to work with and resonable on price. He was very happy with the work they did and having looked around his engine bay after the work was done, every nut, bolt, clip, harness, etc was exactly where it needed to be. Everyone thinks they're a "diesel mechanic" these days but unfortunately you see these things get hacked out all of the time. They get my vote for 6.0 work in Ohio.

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