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Old 03-14-2010, 08:28 PM
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Locator for 6.0 mechanics?

Is there a locator for experienced mechanics with this engine? I'm in Gainesville Florida and don't particularly care for the dealership.
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Old 03-14-2010, 10:08 PM
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the only place to find people with the equipment to really diag it is going to be the dealer.
you can try the fourm section for Fl and see if someone local to the area can point you in a direction.
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Old 03-14-2010, 10:56 PM
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there is a guy up in georgia that has a lot of knowledge and is pretty well versed on the engine. not sure where he is located but since you are in n fla give him a look see and or a call.

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Some of the diesel mags reference guys in various areas but I dont know of any for sure in fla other than the guys that lift and stuff and end up in the mags.
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doug at gogo, adam at first coast diesel performance. both are in florida both are 6.0 savy.
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gogo= plantation fl, fcdp= jacksonville fl, outlaw diesel performance i think is also in fl.
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How about southern New Mexico? Anywhere from Tucson to El Paso. I live in Silver City.
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I havent used but ther is simmons automotivein tucson, and ther is supposed to be a major shop in pheonix acording to the magazinescant remember the name right now.

However the dealer clickin tucsonhas a good shop and the head mech is very knowedgeable.
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Anybody know of any good 6.0 mechanics in the Kansas area?
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there is a guy up in georgia that has a lot of knowledge and is pretty well versed on the engine. not sure where he is located but since you are in n fla give him a look see and or a call.

POWERSTROKEHELP.COM - The Information Source for Ford Power Stroke Diesel Owners & Mechanics

Some of the diesel mags reference guys in various areas but I dont know of any for sure in fla other than the guys that lift and stuff and end up in the mags.
Bill Hewitt from powerstrokehelp.com is a MORON, a CROOK and an IDIOT. I can't believe this guy charges $100 per month access fee to his website that is riddled with a lot of misinformation.
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Bill Hewitt from powerstrokehelp.com is a MORON, a CROOK and an IDIOT. I can't believe this guy charges $100 per month access fee to his website that is riddled with a lot of misinformation.
No I do belive he does. what I cant belive is that people pay him. But what ever.
O btw you left off the fact the guys a DB. imo but ymmv
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