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Old 04-05-2006, 09:15 PM
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shops in eastern mass

anyone know of any good 4x4/performance shops in or around the framingham mass area? names/websites?
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Old 04-06-2006, 12:54 PM
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I've gone to one in Wilmington MA. It's a little small, but they do pretty good work. They have a website, Eastcoastautoworks.com . Talk to Joe, he's the owner. The black truck on the front page is his.
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hello there i also live in framingham and there is only one place i go to and its in ashland the name of the shop is rickys auto on metcalf st its owner run and ricky is the man he builds 4x4 for breakfast he is building my engine wright now the kid does it all and his rates are great wright now he has a econline van 4x4 on steroids i cant say enough good about him he also prides himself to be an old car specialist he can get and do what ever it is you are looking for hit me on the pm and ill give you the ##### also if your just looking to buy add on s there is specialty automotive in marlborough
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Hello There. I noticed this thread with old dates. I have an 09 F150 w/ 5.4 4x4 with plow package. it does not have a limited slip Diff and am looking to add one. This winter I did get stuck few times plowing. Does anyone recommend any shops in the Boston/Eastern Mass that can handle such a task?
Is it feasible/practical to do it ?
and any recommendation on what kind of lsd to install ?
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wings. welcome to the site.

I don't know of any place in the boston area to get done what your looking for. I do know of a place in Plastow NH. It's right over the border from Haverhill. Maybe post this question in the Mass chapter as someone there should easily lead you in the correct direction.

As for getting stuck when plowing. I have a older Toyta 4x4 (before "Tacoma" was dubed to the truck) and many time I had 3 wheels spinning on the ice. This year after the first 2 storms I got stuck at least once every storm. Sometimes I stuffed it good into snow piles. It's always fun when the plow gets hung up in the snow pile.
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