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Discussion in '80-Series Tech' started by landtank, Feb 21, 2004.
nothing but idiots up this way :.
What do you want done?
I'd ask KLF. He'll know, just send him a PM:
No affiliation and no experience with these folks: http://www.cruisersolutions.com/
They struck my interest as I recently moved from Nashua and didn't even hear about them until afterwards. They are a TLCA member buisiness.
Ted at Cruiser solutions is a great guy. I've bought some stuff from them as well as they did my front axle and gear swap. I did have to open up the front axle to correct an issue that they should have done. They do alot of 40 and 60 work and just coming into the 80s.
I'm looking to establish a long term relationship with a mechanic who specializes in Cruisers to ensure a long, productive life for my '96 with 115K. Mostly interested in birfield - suspension - packing work. Had a real BMW ace care for my 1990 325 ix, got 125K miles from it, he was worth every penny.
Where in NH are you?
We just moved from Hampton to York Harbor, but I'm in Hampton/Rye all the time!
I know a few great shops around here.
Ted is a great guy, but I'm not to sure how into service/Main he is...
How long have you been in the area?
I'm on the Seacoast in Dover NH, not too impressed with any of the dealerships. Used to use Bob Tessier of Bob's Foreign Auto (used to be behind Callahan Motors) for my 1990 BMW 3 series, and he was worth every penny of the premium he charged. Looking for a comparable TLC expert.
I've been in Dover for 12 years, this is my first Cruiser.
Pete, the tech at EAS in North Hampton (lil bit north of Callahans) is GREAT.
He has done all the service work on my bud Jon's LX470 (and Discovery, defender and Jetta)...he's GREAT!