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Zip Tie

07-06-2020 17:00:05

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I live in the south east corner of Michigan. Does anybody know of any repair shops that specialize in Ford 8ns in my area. Im a couple miles from Ohio will drive that way to.

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07-08-2020 05:04:48

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 Re: Repair shop in reply to Zip Tie, 07-06-2020 17:00:05  
Not sure how far you want to travel , there is a place in Indiana Pa called Arthurs Tractor https://arthurstractors.com/
may be someplace to look at .

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07-07-2020 19:01:58

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 Re: Repair shop in reply to Zip Tie, 07-06-2020 17:00:05  
I don't know of any repair shops in your area, but if you're willing to
turn a wrench yourself, the great folks on this board will help you fix it.

I'm in central Michigan. Ionia County.

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07-08-2020 21:17:50

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 Re: Repair shop in reply to Royse, 07-07-2020 19:01:58  
I am one of the dumbest people on this Board and have been able to do engine swaps, clutches, brakes, waterpump, gas tank, distributor, starter, flywheel, complete rewire, pto shaft, and countless other stuff, there isn't anything that hasn't been covered on this Board. All that is needed is basic tools and time.

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