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Old 03-03-2007, 04:51 PM
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Mechanic recommendation in Indy?

Who do you recommend to work on diesels in the Indianapolis area? I moved up here this past November and am still learning my way around. I'm in the Beech Grove area.

I need to get my ball joints done and don't feel qualified or equipped to do it myself. One of my co-workers recommended Rightaway Auto. Anyone else dealt with them in the past? They quoted $350 labor for the balljoints on my '99 F-250SD.
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Old 03-08-2007, 06:47 PM
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Never heard of them. I don't take mine to a shop to have that work done, I go to my Uncle's place and he does them for me for free, I just have to buy the parts. I'll ask around for good shops, though.
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Riley Park Tire in Greenfield did my 2001 F-350. The parts & labor were right at $450 that includes alignment & everything. Or you can try Bob Holland Frame Alignment in Greenfield as well. Bob does great work just not the fastest.
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Goldstar @ St road 37 and Epler they have always done right by me.

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Where's Bob Holand? I know of some auto shops there in Greenfield, just never been to or heard of Bob Holand.
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He is located west of the courthouse on 40 just past Pizza King, on the north side of the road. Not alot of signs, blueish square building across from a rent a car place.
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I've driven past the shop daily and never knew what the name was lol. I finally looked closer at the building today.
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