Re: [DML] clutch
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Re: [DML] clutch

Did Aamco do the clutch work for you? If they didnt I can understand  
why. You should of had whom ever do the job fix it in the first place.

Most mechanics dont want to mess with somebody else's work.

Mark V

On Apr 11, 2008, at 11:20 AM, robert parker wrote:

>  I was having problems getting my tranny to realign after a bit of  
> clutch work. The AAMCO three blocks from my domicile flat refused  
> to help me! The "head honcho" said he just didn't want to mess with  
> it. His decision.  Pththth!        So I checked with Pep Boys a  
> mile up the road, and they had no problems with  the reattachment.   
> They even towed the "Silver Bullet" there free.  They did a good  
> job; I helped with the slave cyl. bleeding and had to do a bit of  
> linkage adj. when I got home, but was quite pleased with their  
> assistance. I think I recall the bill to be a bit over $200.  For  
> not liking other people messing with MY toys, it was a job well  
> done. I sent them an e-mail stating so, too.        Drive  
> Stainless      Robert    VIN 6924
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