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gahi
01-07-2009, 09:46 AM
Hey guys, my mom needs her '89 4runner worked on. I'm not close, she's in the Simms and 6th ave area. Looking for a good hoonest shop that can fond a driveline vibration. Any suggestions?

Romer
01-07-2009, 11:29 AM
Not to far from Sleeoffroad. They would be good at finding the vibration.

You can find their number at sleeoffroad.com

MDH33
01-07-2009, 12:20 PM
CTS is right up 285 in Conifer also.

CTS Colorado Toyota Specialists
26366 Sutton Rd. Conifer, (303) 838-4772

Hulk
01-07-2009, 12:39 PM
We need to compile all of this stuff in a single thread and make it sticky so it is easy to find. Special status should be granted to those businesses that support our club, such as Slee, CTS, and Rocky Mountain Cruisers. Here are some other shops that are frequently mentioned.

Rocky Mountain Cruisers (Ron) - a Rising Sun sponsor

Comprehensive Car Care off evans and broadway in s denver.

The Toy Shop on S. Cherokee in Denver

Toy Car Care in the near south Denver suburbs (near Centennial Airport)

powderpig
01-07-2009, 12:46 PM
And then there is us guys that work for our selfs at time.
Lexus Ben, Justin Morgan, and My self

Matt you are right on that we need some sort of central location for this info and allow people to add info .

Lunch time in New Mexico

Jacket
01-07-2009, 01:21 PM
I agree. Thread should include general Toy mechanics, body shops, driveline, exhaust, wheel/tire, radio/HAM, special parts/tools, etc., and either should be divided between North and South, or at least include address and city.

Romer
01-07-2009, 01:24 PM
And then there is us guys that work for our selfs at time.
Lexus Ben, Justin Morgan, and My self

Matt you are right on that we need some sort of central location for this info and allow people to add info .

Lunch time in New Mexico

So true and I have used all three (at different times) with great success

Also, don't forget about Oleg and Yuri and IRBIS Offroad

Hulk
01-07-2009, 01:33 PM
I'm wondering if this should be a thread, or if I should make it a static web page on the site. That way I could divide them into some logical sections, with club members (like Robbie, Ben and Justin) and sponsors (like Slee, etc) getting top billing.

LARGEONE
01-07-2009, 02:13 PM
I really like the idea of having this in one place...divided up by north and south Denver would be nice, but it would exclude those members outside of the Denver Area (not sure how many there are?). I'm fairly new to the area (Live in N. Broomfield and Work in Longmont) and actually know more places in CO Springs than I do up here, so this would be very helpful to me on the North End!!! Thanks to all who can recommend good shops.

It may also be helpful to somehow organize by type of work (engine, suspension, driveline, GENERAL/ALL, etc)

Thanks!!!

Red_Chili
01-07-2009, 02:17 PM
Don't forget ATLR in Golden, right up the street.

Uncle Ben
01-07-2009, 02:44 PM
I really like the idea of having this in one place...divided up by north and south Denver would be nice, but it would exclude those members outside of the Denver Area (not sure how many there are?). I'm fairly new to the area (Live in N. Broomfield and Work in Longmont) and actually know more places in CO Springs than I do up here, so this would be very helpful to me on the North End!!! Thanks to all who can recommend good shops.

It may also be helpful to somehow organize by type of work (engine, suspension, driveline, GENERAL/ALL, etc)

Thanks!!!

In Longmont there is an excellent independent shop called Tim's Toy Shop (http://web.userinstinct.com/8446264-tims-toy-shop.htm). One of the best independents in Boulder (besides Robbie) is Charlies Garage (http://www.charleysgarage.com/). Both of these shops are high quality, use Genuine Toyota parts and have ASE trained and certified mechanics.

gahi
01-07-2009, 03:00 PM
Thanks guys, Red Chili, where's ATLR what does that stand for? Thanks

Gary

Red_Chili
01-07-2009, 03:11 PM
Affordable Toyota and Lexus Repair

corsair23
01-07-2009, 06:33 PM
I'm wondering if this should be a thread, or if I should make it a static web page on the site. That way I could divide them into some logical sections, with club members (like Robbie, Ben and Justin) and sponsors (like Slee, etc) getting top billing.


Matt,

I had at one time contemplated doing exactly this for body work, engine work, nuts/bolts, supplies, :blah:, :blah:, :blah:

I never really got that far but several people did PM me information/sources that I could share with you :thumb: