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Machine shops?

Anybody know of a good machine shop around GA? Preferable someone you have experience with? I have a few things i need machined, but mainly I am needing to resurface the heads on my tacoma?
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I've used Ewing Machine shop for my 20/22r rebuild. They're in Snelleville. Good work and really fair price.

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I work at Eagle Automotive Machine Shop.

We do everything. Give us a call and send us some work! We'd appreciate your business!

Eagle Automotive Machine Shop
770-339-3053

Located in Auburn Ga.
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hey Sean
I was thinkin about checking with you. I have a 22r shortblock rebuild in my near future... Will you get me a good price?

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Unfortunately I'm not in a position to give discounts. I wish I could!
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Unfortunately I'm not in a position to give discounts. I wish I could!
Well I wasn't expecting a discount... just fair rates and good work.

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There is a place out in Douglasville ABC Machine Shop, I believe, I've used them on rotors and flywheels.... friendly service, fair prices, and timely work. Couldn't say much beyond that since I've only had flywheels and rotors done, no heads.

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Well I wasn't expecting a discount... just fair rates and good work.
Oh, that's not a problem at all.

I will say that if you find a price that is too good to be true, it probably is. $50 valve jobs don't exhist
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I had Classic City Offroad in Athens rebuild my motor and the sent it to a guy and he did phenomenal work youd have to call CCOR to find out who it was tho
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