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Anyone know a good diesel mechanic/shop in Watertown/Waltham area to work on my 6.0L ?

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Old 11-13-2011, 03:11 PM
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Anyone know a good diesel mechanic/shop in Watertown/Waltham area to work on my 6.0L ?

Anyone have any recommendations? It would be great. Thanks
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I don't know of any around here..

I bring mine to regan ford in Haverhill

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I have heard that framingham ford has good tech's
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