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Old 09-09-2007, 10:16 AM
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Good machine shop in OKC

Who is a good machinist to use in OKC, I have a 460 to get bored, line honed, and decked??
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I would suggest Buddy Rice in downtown okc, its on the corner of main and blackwelder, thats just a few blocks west of main and western....although im not sure if they are still open or not, my church is just a few blocks from there, but i never get down that way during business hours...ive also heard good reports about Blue Chip automotive, but have never delt with them personally....ill ask the guys at my new job (HP Racing) what machinist they use tomorrow and try to post back as soon as possible....
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that would be great, thanks
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Hi guys, I'm still around.

I'd take it to Buddy rice. Blue chip is ok, but Buddy has people that can build race motors blind folded. They of course don't actually use blind folds, but eye protection is a must. Blue chip is good, I suppose, they have been in business for a long time, so that says something.
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