Places to work on your truck

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Yup. Stew is a great guy- very mature for being in his mid 20s!. He runs a great shop, with excellent tools, lifts, and attitude. Very reasonable for the value presented.
Thank you for the endorsement! I've been going back and forth on whether I should try it out...Do they help you out at all? I'm pretty inexperienced and a brake job is the first thing I'd like to do/learn.
 
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Thank you for the endorsement! I've been going back and forth on whether I should try it out...Do they help you out at all? I'm pretty inexperienced and a brake job is the first thing I'd like to do/learn.
They are helpful, but I recommend you go in with a "can do" attitude- best way to learn . :)

Get a shop manual or study what you plan on doing so you become somewhat familiar with the system you want to work on- and what to look for before you throw parts at a problem that may not exist...
 
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