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Old 05-06-2007, 06:19 PM
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Local shop to install a front clip?

I'd like to build a relationship with a local shop that has done work on 53-56's. Someone who's done front clips and know's their way around these trucks.
Anyone know of one or two and has had (a good) experience with any here in this area?
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Old 05-07-2007, 07:54 AM
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Don't want to install the clip yourself? Between you, and some friends, it can' t be that bad of a job...
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Sounds like a "Clip" party...
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Don't want to install the clip yourself? Between you, and some friends, it can' t be that bad of a job...
Actually, no one around here seems to have any interest (or skill sets) that would be helpful. But, I just joined a local car club. Maybe meet a couple of guys who'd be interested enough to offer to help. That would be great. We'll see. As long as I keep working on the truck, make small progress steps I'll be happy
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