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Old 09-01-2013, 06:00 PM
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Looking for a shop in MD

Hello, I'm in Frederick, Maryland looking for an honest shop knowledgeable in powerstroke 6.0 that can perform work such as egr delete kit and possible head gasket and will stand behind their work. I have an 05 PSD that will need at least the egr delete kit and I rather go with someone recommended by locals.

Thanks for any input.
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Old 09-09-2013, 07:45 PM
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Hello, I'm in Frederick, Maryland looking for an honest shop knowledgeable in powerstroke 6.0 that can perform work such as egr delete kit and possible head gasket and will stand behind their work. I have an 05 PSD that will need at least the egr delete kit and I rather go with someone recommended by locals.

Thanks for any input.
I can highly recommend Marty's Diesel, but they're in Elkton. Kind of a hike from Frederick. Also check out Md Performance Diesel. Curtis Bay, still a hike, but they have a good reputation. Not sure what's out your way.
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Xlr8 east of town in another town called???
He advertises alot of diesel trucks for sale on c/l http://fredericksburg.craigslist.org...087738260.html
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Old 10-04-2013, 11:31 AM
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Not sure how good xlr8 is as far as the work they do; however, I would advise against buying a truck from them. Bought a truck, checked it out as far as ECT/ EOT, ICP and the like. Everything looked ok. They're kind of a far drive for me, and needed to get a truck back on the road quickly (for work) so didn't get to spend as much time as I should have. After I picked it up, found out that there was a couple things I had asked them to fix that they didn't, and stuff that should have failed MD inspection, but went through anyway. Obvious stuff like passenger seatbelt that wasn't even bolted to the floor, taillights out, etc. My fault for not being more thorough, but they weren't very willing to accomodate either. Like I said, just my experience, but I can't recommend them to anyone.
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