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Old 12-04-2010, 08:37 AM
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F'Burg PSD Mech

I am looking for a good PSD mechanic in the Fredericksburg area. Does anyone have any suggestions? Thanks.
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Old 12-06-2010, 06:55 AM
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DIY? lol, come on guys...speak up, i only know a good shop in vb!!
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What are you needing fixed or worked on?
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DIY? lol, come on guys...speak up, i only know a good shop in vb!!
you must be talkin bout Merchants tire an auto on indian river
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Diesel Power of VA is pretty good... but I would DIY. There's enough on FTE to get you the info you need as well as people around you to help you out.

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i found one close to Fburg that im going to try out they come highly recomended from the PSD owners around here...they are actually in Morrisville VA wich is probably 15 or 20 min from Fburg...its Digges Automotive Inc. ill let ya know how they are once i deal with them
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