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powderpig
09-12-2009, 08:07 PM
So some people know that I do good work and some do not in the club. Anyhow I have been working on Cruisers and trucks(Toyota products) for a number of years. Talk to me about the best location for working on your Cruiser. I can use your parts or supply parts.
I can also work on other vehicles(domestic and other makes). I was a diesel mechanic in the 80's. I did flat rate car work for a couple of years as well( a recession a ways back). I do prefer to work on Toyota's. But no challenge is too small.
Either PM me, or Call me 303-884-7813
All said and done I have been wrenching since 1980( 29 years and counting).
I also do Driver training if you need. I am certified I4WDTA trainer. If you feel the need to get more educated in this area.
Robbie

AxleIke
09-12-2009, 10:25 PM
I can attest to the quality of Robbie's work. You will not find a better mechanic to work on your junk, period. I'd go to Robbie long before going to anyone else.

Uncle Ben
09-13-2009, 09:07 AM
Everyone knows I do all my own work. I have farmed a couple things out to Robbie as he is the ONLY other person I will trust my junk with! Get it done right the first time and give Robbie a cal!

Hulk
09-14-2009, 12:49 PM
Robbie was worked on my 80 and the results were outstanding!

Romer
09-14-2009, 01:21 PM
Robbie was worked on my 80 and the results were outstanding!


X2 in fact he has worked on both our 80's. He has done the Haedgasket on my 80, helped retrofit Sarah's truck for Lockers (was lockerless), done axle jobs, rebuilt a differential and provided a general tune-up and fluid change-out prior to Sarah going to college.

FJBRADY
09-23-2009, 06:24 PM
Thanks, Robbie!!!

I just had Robbie do a 30K service to the FJC and I am sold on his work and his knowledge of the vehicle.....and he was a fraction of what others charge. I also had him give the 40 a once over and will schedule work with him soon after the 40 is decommissioned for the winter.

Thanks again....................

treerootCO
05-26-2010, 04:00 PM
Just got done replacing my fuel filter on the 80. No matter if you have done one before or not, you should pay Robbie to do it ;). I hear he can swap one in 15min. It took me well over two days:whiteflag: :hill:

CardinalFJ60
05-28-2010, 02:17 PM
I'm lucky enough to have had Robbie do a REEEAAALLLLLY nice re-build on my 2f in the 60. as has been said before...:bowdown::robbie:

powderpig
09-15-2011, 09:57 AM
New location for the winter. The building is coming along slowly.

I am located at 2752 47th st, boulder co 80302.

Just up the block from Boulder, Toyota off of Foothills park way.


Just some space, no lift. But it will be warm and dry for the winter as Robin and I get work done on the house and the garage.

Jacket
09-15-2011, 05:23 PM
What about a couch and a fridge? :)

Good news!:wrench:

nakman
09-16-2011, 10:49 PM
Nice!! And yeah what Matt said, when do we get to break it in?

:happyhour: :drink: :party: :beer2:

Caribou Sandstorm
09-22-2011, 10:37 PM
New location for the winter. The building is coming along slowly.

I am located at 2752 47th St., Boulder CO 80302.

Just up the block from Boulder, Toyota off of Foothills park way.


Just some space, no lift. But it will be warm and dry for the winter as Robin and I get work done on the house and the garage.

This looks fantastic! Do you work on Jetta TDis as well, I hear there are a few of these in the club!!

Open house? Beers? Need some furniture?

http://chrissandstormfj.smugmug.com/Other/bumper-install/i-q7DkDzX/0/M/120-M.jpg

Eldorado556
09-25-2011, 10:48 AM
I used to work in that same building. I'll more than likely be stopping by since my current work is 2 blocks away.

Beater
09-25-2011, 02:09 PM
how about this table I have? you want it? it's not fancy, but it's damn sure good enough for a tranny and such!
j

see welding table thread.

chaos
01-16-2014, 09:02 PM
Robbie just did my 1997 80 Rebuild and front/rear axle service. I am working on a right up for it to post but I will tell you that the work was absolutely incredible. But, more importantly, for a newby like me, Robbie explained the pros and cons of everything with the patience of a saint. As dumb as my questions were, Robbie never, ever made me feel like it was a dumb question.

For those people that can't DIY but want it done right. Do what I did. I called Robbie, the next day he called me back. Answered all my questions. I drove up to Boulder so he could check my 80 out for free. Then, he worked on it and delivered it perfectly. You can't get better service than Robbie. His prices are fair and you get to leverage his expertise.

I was thinking about doing the axle work but I just watched Robbie do it and he was a maestro. If you need work done, take it to Robbie. He is worth it!

Inukshuk
01-16-2014, 09:34 PM
Always good to hear. I'm 26,000 into my 1993 FZJ80 1FZFE-RR (Robbie Rebuild) and she purrs. Perfection.

BakdFresh2Day
03-07-2014, 11:16 PM
Greetings,

You have come highly recommended when it comes to working on Cruisers. I'm hoping to chat with you about a possible project that I hope you're interested in undertaking.

I have an '85 FJ-60 that has been waiting patiently for me to have the finances to bring it back to life. I have no clue about what needs to happen in order to get it up and running again (and am overwhelmed on where to start) I know it needs a new battery, but beyond that I could really use some expert advise.

Please let me know if there is any information that I can provide that will help move this process along or if you are up for it possibly a visit to check things over in person (there is a cold one or two waiting for you)

Thank you in advance and I look forward to hearing from you.

Best,
Mitchell
meversole101@gmail.com

Romer
03-08-2014, 09:16 AM
you should call him per his first post.

BakdFresh2Day
03-08-2014, 10:28 AM
Sounds good. Thanks again everyone on Rising Sun for helping a fellow Cruiser fanatic out!