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So I have a peloquin LSD that really needs to go into my Corrado. Since I'm not nearly talented enough to install this baby myself, I need to take it somewhere to get done.
Can anybody recommend a good shop to get this done in the CePA area?
 

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Re: Can someone recommend a shop to install a diff? (15DGR V6)

I called those guys already, and yes, they will do it. However, this country is built on competition and free enterprise. So, if anyone has some other places to check out, let me know. I looked at two local VW places, and neither of them would touch the job w/ a 10ft pole.
 

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Re: Can someone recommend a shop to install a diff? (6cylVWguy)

A-P-T will not screw you...i'm sure they have done them before as well, so unless you want to drive a few hours...give them a shot http://****************.com/smile/emthup.gif
 

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Re: Can someone recommend a shop to install a diff? (Odiejlg)

What kind of time frame are ya on Tom, you need the tranny pulled too? I can get in installed by the guy who did my Quaife if you don't mind in not getting done ASAP, gimme a ring, or better yet, come out to Rocwell's thursday night http://****************.com/smile/emthup.gif
 

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Re: Can someone recommend a shop to install a diff? (vr6chris)

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Call up schimmel. He's doing mine as we speak. Real good guy to deal with and competative prices. http://****************.com/smile/emthup.gif

Schimmel is pretty far away. My parents live in NJ and I know of two shops w/in 30 minutes from them who would do the work, so I would do this if I wasn't going local.
Jason- I don't need the car immediately, though it is nice to have a good car in case the jetta mysteriously dies. So I can be w/out it for probably a couple of weeks, but not more than a month. I will need the tranny pulled. Drop me an IM, call me (I know I gave you my number recently), or let me know here how I can contact your source.



Modified by 6cylVWguy at 10:16 AM 1-8-2004
 

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Re: Can someone recommend a shop to install a diff? (6cylVWguy)

i pretty much give the best prices around but im in south jersey. i got a shuttle service that goes to pa though lol. most quaifes and peloquins i do are from pa. sorry for bieng so far
 

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Re: Can someone recommend a shop to install a diff? (race-shop joe)

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i pretty much give the best prices around but im in south jersey. i got a shuttle service that goes to pa though lol. most quaifes and peloquins i do are from pa. sorry for bieng so far

Yeah, I've heard some good things about your shop. http://****************.com/smile/emthup.gif Unfortunately you are too far from where I live right now and where my parents live (northern NJ). If you had a loaner car or something I could use to get back home, I would likely use you guys. Yup, I know, not possible. How far in to PA does your shuttle service go? I'm in central PA. Technically (and contrary to my sig), I live in Lancaster county.


Modified by 6cylVWguy at 12:48 PM 1-8-2004
 
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