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Old 01-07-2010, 12:52 PM
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Finding a good mechanic in OK City

Greetings to my friends in Oklahoma! My Sister and her family moved to Oklahoma City about a year ago. She, her husband, and two teenage daughters all have cars and none of them know the first thing about working on them and I'm too far away to help. So far they have had to go to a shop a couple of times and have been totally screwed (long story). Does anyone have a recommendation for a good shop for them to get their auto repairs taken care of? They live around I-44 and SW 104th street. I'm not necessarily talking the cheapest place but one that knows what they are doing, does good work in a timely manner and a reasonable price.
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My shop!! OK, guess i gotta open one first!! lol..thats why im going to get certified, so i can open my own.....my first question is what kind of vehicles??
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Old 01-07-2010, 02:49 PM
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my first question is what kind of vehicles??
Let me try to remember, I don't pay that much attention because they're all ordinary... they have a 2000-something PT Cruiser, a 2000 something GM sedan, a mid 90's Mustang, and a KIA minivan. Sorry no ford trucks (yet)!
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well, they arent the cheapest by any means, but the guys at HP Racing know what they are doing...i worked for them for over two years, and if the economy gets any better ill be back there (my tools are still there now)...but like i said, they arent the cheapest, in fact they are probably more high end than they want at roughly 97 bucks an hour...but they know what they are doing..other than that i dont know ANY good shops around...lol...if they DO check out HP Racing, tell them Brian Smith sent them...
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Old 01-07-2010, 07:10 PM
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Thanks Brian, after I posted I started thinking about how much I hate it when people ask me who to take a car to or how much it should cost because I don't know, I work on my stuff myself and rarely go to a shop.
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a good place for them to go for oil changes is tri city lube, right off I44 close to walmart in tricity...only about 5 or 6 miles from them....a friend of mine runs it, and they got their act together in there...
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