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Old 10-31-2012, 06:49 PM
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Machine shops in central(ish) ohio?

Hello everyone, i'll be coming up nov 12th to do my motor swap on my 2000 7.3L, gonna go ahead and rebuild the torn up one (block is still solid), just wondering if anyone knows of a trusted machine shop to do the boring/surface work and inspect some internals for me? My parents farm is in Holmes County, but willing to travel.
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I use Canton Automotive Machine in Canton, Ohio(right off Rt. 30). Been using Roger for 25 yrs now with my racing stuff. They are a diehard Ford shop. We have a regular lunch group that meets there on Saturdays(for 25 yrs). They are full service shop, with dyno. They can work on anything, but they are the local Ford place.

330-453-8383 is the shop number.
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