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Old 07-22-2012, 05:29 PM
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shop warning - Winter Auto Repair / Crazy Horse Racing in NJ

please take a few minutes to read if you have the time - i realize you guy have new trucks, probably still under warranty - but for the guys that have more than one vehicle, or friends looking for a shop mabye this can help you save some aggravation.

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Old 07-23-2012, 02:44 PM
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wow i didnt realize he was a dirtbag. but why would u take a diesel truck to a mustang shop?
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wow i didnt realize he was a dirtbag. but why would u take a diesel truck to a mustang shop?
its really hard to find ANYONE that will even take a diesel truck, cause it seems theres not many people around here that know much about them. he came recomneded, had worked on it once before, and being so far away i didnt wanna pay for a tow all the way back home, just to figure out it was something beyond what i could do in my driveway, and then have to pay for ANOTHER tow somewhere else. i figured the cheap $70 tow there woulda saved me at least another $130 over having it towed home, which woulda covered some labor if it turned out to be not that serious.

most of all, i ASKED him if he was ok with it.. he said no prob.
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Old 07-25-2012, 09:36 AM
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That's funny, my buddy who is mustang guru said he's heard horror stories of that place.
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