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I was wondering if anyone out there might be able to help me find a good diesel shop in north central PA or southern tier NY? I have some things on my truck I want looked at and might want to have some mods done and I don't really want to take it to the local dealership. If anyone could help me out I would greatly appreciate it.
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post #2 of 6 Old 03-24-2008, 05:56 PM
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i know of a few diesel shops in pa but are in central to south central pa
one in carlisle not sure what all he works on Liberator
also one in dillsburg not sure of the name..

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Thank you for your help on locating a couple. They are a little far but if I have to go that far I guess I will.

Thank you for your support in my abilities but I am not mechanical at all and there is much of any chance of me doing the work myself.

I have some questions about what my truck was doing when it had a chip. I took the chip out and put it back to stock and it took care of the problem. Sounds good right, well I haul a fairly big trailer and my truck doesn't preform near like I think it should. That is what I wanted someone with a little knowledge to help me out with. I am thinking about going beck to having a chip but if I do I want someone to do it along with guages and maybe some exhaust work. I need to know though if I go back to a chip will I have the same problem as before or is it possible my chip might have started to malfunction? Too many questions and possibilities to work on when you aren't at all mechanical.

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Alright if anyone could please tell me somewhere to get my truck helped out I would be so greatful. I hauled a skid steer tongiht and this truck is honestly pissing me off. The Ford mechanic told me whenever I was hauling on country roads I should not use the O/D so I listened. Well when I was hauling just the empty trailer and couldn't keep 60 mph without the pedal to the floor something has to be done!!!! I know I live in no mans land but isn't there a good shop between the PA/NY border and Buffalo or around Erie or anywhere??? Summer is coming and I am going to be using my truck every weekend and it just isn't up to what I think it should be.
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