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hey guys, me and my brother in law have been trying to find a machine shop for the engine we are building for my capri, biggest problem we are finding is that no one uses torque plates while boring the cylinders. any suggestions would be great!
These guys are great. Never had a problem with them and they all know what they are doing. What I think is funny is how clean their shop is considering all the work they do...is the sign of a good shop.
RIKIL - Colorado Chapter Leader
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