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Old 09-08-2012, 02:01 PM
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Engine rebuild shop recommendations

Got home last night and my engine was sounding horrible (thought it was the truck in front of me). Have a feeling the engine is shot. Any shop recommendations in the Southern Morris county, somerset county, union county area?

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Old 09-10-2012, 11:18 AM   #2
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Check out superior Auto in wanaque rt off 287..NOT far at all from your area!! They have done alot of mods to my TJ (lift, clutch,exhaust, rear Diff, and now head gaskets) and they know what they are doing... ask for Mike or Chris at 973-839-2562 let them know Andy with the green TJ referred you. I bumped into these guys by accident and it was the best wrong turn i ever made... Honest and EXTREMELY knowledgeable which is hard to find nowadays...
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