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Anyone heard anything about these guys? Located over on Mountain Road just past where 100 runs out.

Their ad ( Home - Pasadena Diesel Repair) sounds good. Boast being certified in 7.3 - 6.0 and 6.4 engines.
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Anyone heard anything about these guys? Located over on Mountain Road just past where 100 runs out.

Their ad ( Home - Pasadena Diesel Repair) sounds good. Boast being certified in 7.3 - 6.0 and 6.4 engines.
I read something on another site that said they really know their stuff on engine type work (i.e. head gaskets, etc) but that's about it. I can't confirm or deny........
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