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Shops in MN, etc

Postby shoteh » Wed Apr 20, 2005 5:51 pm

thought we should combine resources of trusted places we've been to or have had things done for our cars. Add to the list if ya want

Axles- if your axles are messed up or going out, it's a hassle to get them from the dealer or from other car stores trust me I've tried and have had no success, you can always rebuild them. There is a shop called "CnC driveshaft specialist" (or something close to that) in Brooklyn Park where they can rebuild most axles for around $30's each. ill look for number later

Dealers- out of all 4 dealers in the cities, Carlson toyota is the cheapest if you need dealer parts. they're number info is:

3815 Coon Rapids Blvd.
Coon Rapids, MN 55433
Phone: (763) 427-3200
Fax: (763) 427-8242

of course partznet.com is many times cheaper but they can take a long time to ship things from personal experiances.
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Postby specops19 » Thu Apr 21, 2005 1:32 am

The place where I have brought my car for any problem is elias import repair shop in forest lake. they will fix anything that the alltrac has to offer. trust me they know my car up and down. they do excellent work on it. the number is 651-464-8890. give them a call for any problem you have and they will be glad to find the part for you or fix it.
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Postby trbotoyboy » Thu May 12, 2005 3:43 pm

I've got a full shop in my garage!! I wouldn't let anyone touch anything on my Alltrac, not that I can afford to do anything to it :( . That's just me though... There is a great place called precision driveline for machining work here in Anoka off of 7th st. I'd like to say "bring them to me" but I'm backed up with work. Currently swaping a 350TPI from one rusty mn IROCZ into another rustfree IROCZ. Wish I had more money to do some work to the Alltrac. If I ever get time to do work, I let you guys know.
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