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Old 08-04-2007, 09:46 AM
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Anybody recommend an engine machine shop that KNOWS Fords, actually gives a [email protected] about precision and taking the time and care to do a job right, over here in SE Idaho? I live in Blackfoot, could take the work anywhere from Twin Falls to Ashton to get the right work done.
Got a 1969 351W that's going into a Mustang, and want to go through a 400M and a 300 six, but don't want to waste precious bucks on second rate work.....
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Old 08-04-2007, 04:43 PM
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I wish I did. It's hard finding a good machinist and once you do, it seems like they always pick up and move somewhere else when you go looking for them for your next project.
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If you lived in Boise or were willing to travel here, I would recommend Moffitt and Bratton. Pat Bratton is building my 434 stroker and has a lot of knowledge in Fords and racing engines in general.
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