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Old 01-22-2012, 06:15 AM
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Anybody know of a good mechanic around the Littleton (Kipling/Bowels) area? I tried like hell yesterday to change out my wife's shocks and struts on her Honda Pilot but failed miserably!!! It's been along time since I paid a shop but I'm throwing in the towel on this project. Got the car back together but a couple of the ball bearings that are normally between the strut and the car's body fell out. I'd prefer to minimize the travel distance if possible but I'll have it towed if he'll use the perfectly good/brand new parts I have sitting in the garage.

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He's near C470 & Belleview so not far at all
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