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Old 03-26-2014, 10:41 AM
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Where in Arkansas/TN/MS/OK to get studs done.

Could anyone recommend a decent diesel shop to do head studs, egr upgrade and oil cooler replacement on my 6L? I know of no where and I have never in my many years of driving/owning a car paid someone to work on my ride other than paying friends to help with my jobs. So I know of no shop to have this done. I'm willing to drive a few hours from SE Arkansas or even as far as Memphis or OKC. Just want to done right and done right the 1st time.
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You might try BTS in lead hill AR. They are a transmission shop, but there are some seriously strong PSD's rolling out of there.

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I can do your 6.0 work. I'll be in Stuttgart for a few weeks if that's more convenient for you than traveling a long ways. I have quite a bit of 6.0 experience so at least I can give you some good suggestions. What year is your 6.0?
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