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Old 02-20-2011, 07:14 PM
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6.0L tech in central AR?

Does anyone know of a good 6.0L tech in central Arkansas. I'm debating on going with studs before there's a problem and would like to get an estimated price.
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Where are you located at in Central AR? You looking at around 2000.00 plus parts.
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I'm in Cabot just north of Little Rock. I have several friends that own/operate a shop, but they have also made comments that my best bet is to get rid of the 6.0L. I'm not sure I want to trust my truck to someone that has that mentality about the motor.
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What shop if I may ask? If they don't have extensive experience with 6.0's I wouldn't trust them either. There are a few "tricks to the trade". I'm available to do it CORRECTLY if you're not in a huge rush.
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AR Aggie - You wouldn't be sorry if you had Tim (npccpartsman) do your work for you!
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In lowell ar I have a buddy who works at the ford dealer and is a diesel mechanic there been doing it along time charges 1500 you buy parts he'll get parts at his cost.
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Old 02-22-2011, 03:51 PM
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bumping it up so you can find it. LOL
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