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Scott K

Auto work for trade ??

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I have been a mechanic since 1988. I specialize in Fords, but know my way around other models as well. I know Ford diesels very well. If you need any work done, and have quality hunting or fishing stuff you would like to trade, or anything else I may be interested in. Email me with what you need done, and what you would like to trade, for a good repair!

sctk11@yahoo.com

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Can you fix the auto lock on a 2001 chev vet?. The passenger side door can only be opened from the inside. I check the fuses and they were ok.( I think) I don't drive it much and it did not work when I got it. As far as fishing stuff to trade- I can make virtually any jig style in any weight with any hook. Same for sinkers. I also make custom lures. I will pay for the parts and maybe we could work out the labor. Let me know if you are interested. Sarmst1997@aol.com

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Do you do just mechanical, or any body work?

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Do you do just mechanical, or any body work?

Yes just mechanical. Sorry.

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Can you fix the auto lock on a 2001 chev vet?. The passenger side door can only be opened from the inside. I check the fuses and they were ok.( I think) I don't drive it much and it did not work when I got it. As far as fishing stuff to trade- I can make virtually any jig style in any weight with any hook. Same for sinkers. I also make custom lures. I will pay for the parts and maybe we could work out the labor. Let me know if you are interested. Sarmst1997@aol.com

email sent!

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You work on Four Wheelers at all Scott? The starter went out on mine.

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I do Shane, I actually did that as a side job for a couple years.

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4WE, I have bought some jigs from ddsbyday and I have to say they are top quality. He makes some pretty cool stuff. He also donated quite a few last year for the kids fishing get together. Great guy.

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I'll get in touch with you, can you email me and let me know about what that may run?

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I'll get in touch with you, can you email me and let me know about what that may run?

I have your email address on different computer, and I would need the make, model, and engine size.

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sent back Shane

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Scott,

I have a couple of questions for you on a Ford Explorer. Could you send me an e-mail @ dougr1969@ y a h o o . c o m? Or feel free to give me a call @ 763-923-8824. Thanks!

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I need some work on my 1997 f-150 4.6 4X4 its to bad your so far away.

Im hoping they get for $ for cash for clunkers so I can just go that route.

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You are a little north of me grin . I do get up there quite often, but not to work.

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