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Old 09-14-2011, 08:48 PM
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Changing filters, oils, and hoses is a normal part of maintenance that I do myself.

Most electrical I can also do. But if an engine needs overhaul or serious maintenance, the shop gets the gig.

But I am not as busy as most on this forum. Maintenance just dips into my golf time.

Juan
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Old 09-16-2011, 02:05 PM
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dropped my Chicago 185 off last week, for a quick go through so there isn't any surprises come october, their shop rate is 85hr, so aslong as there aren't any high dollar parts needed it shouldn't be to bad. My equipment operator is a mechanic and can do anything from change a fuse to rebuild a transmision, but he's out until the end of Oct (atleast) with a briken leg
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