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hey all,
i am going to need to get some work done on my car soon and am wondering if anyone has dealt with this shop before. if so how was the service? was the staff knowledgeable? prices? etc etc... they are close to me and it would be semi-convienient to go there as opposed to somewhere else.
if they suck, where can i find a good mechanic in the westchester area?
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Re: is Autoworks in mt. kisco NY a good shop? (Feyd)

what do you need done?....if you fell like taking a little trip up the taconic to dutchess county come to Klaus Garage. Very good and experienced......i work there with Klaus the owner who is straight off the boat from Germany so to speak lol
 

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Re: is Autoworks in mt. kisco NY a good shop? (Mjvdub)

that sounds cool...
about how far away is the shop that you work at?
i am going to need brakes all around as well as a clutch before too long. you think you could give me a ballpark figure on how much that might cost me. i am origionally from illinois so i have no idea what the cost difference to do work is out here.
thanks in advance.
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Re: is Autoworks in mt. kisco NY a good shop? (Feyd)

yeah, ill check that on monday and send you an IM. It shouldnt be more then about 30min. exit for route 52, make a left and we are a quater mile down on the right.
....any idea what you need for brakes? just pads and rotors?
 

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Re: is Autoworks in mt. kisco NY a good shop? (Mjvdub)

well i was planning on picking up some ecs drilled/slotted front rotors and some mintex pads for the front... and for the rear i am just wanting to replace the shoes in the stock drums. and i'd really like to do a full system flush and get some good higher temp brake juice in there as well. i am planning on sourcing all of the parts so i essentially just need the labor cost est... as for the clutch, i will most likely just replace it with a stock unit when the one i have goes.
*shrug*
lemme know what you can do.
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ill check on monday. http://****************.com/smile/emthup.gif
 
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