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Old 12-13-2011, 01:34 AM
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Oil pan gasket ?

95 Bronco oil pan gasket $
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Im new to the forum and I was hoping someone can help me out. I live in Glenwood springs, CO and I need some work done to my 95 Bronco with 118K. There is a pretty bad leak and im pretty sure its from the oil pan gasket and I have been researching and debating on replacing it myself. After the research, I figured it would be best to have a shop do it. Does anyone know of any good shops that they would recomend to do this repair. I dont mind taking it to the denver area or grand junction if its a good shop I live up in the mountains. I was thinkin about takin it to a ford dealer because i get a 12 month/12,000 mile warranty with the work. One dealer told me 975 and another ford dealer told me 375 plus parts. The 375 sounds pretty good but im not sure why one told me such a high amount and the other was way less. ALso does anyone have an idea of what this repair should cost? SOrry for the long first post, but I just got this bronco and I plan on keepin it for a while. Any help on this would be greatly appreciated.
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Old 12-14-2011, 12:49 AM
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My friend in Silverthorne can do that for you. He has his own repair shop there and is reasonable and does good work he stands behind. I was his first employee when he opened up shop about 15 years ago. Its about a 6-7 hour repair give or take for unknown variables. plus parts.

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150 W 13th St # 3 Silverthorne, CO 80498
(970) 513-9148
His name is Kurt, tell him I referred you to him.
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