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2000 Chevrolet Blazer LS 2dr

2000 Chevrolet Blazer
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Rear Wheel Drive, 2 Door
17 mpg city / 23 mpg hwy
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March 26, 2014, 9:53 pm

Shanna Y

Question: I need a place to get front end repairs on my 96 blazer, where would be a good place to start with

I had an estimate done in the beginning of feburary. the estimate was for replacing the idler arm,pitman shaft, front alignment and front shocks. Along with the intake manifold/gasket replacement as well. I had them fix the back, and i am very disappointed in their service and particularly the man who worked on my truck, I guess if i thought i was going to be treated that way, I would have just DIY it. Myself and my S.O have worked on some of our truck beasts, it is not easy and it takes a lot more time when not everything is readlily available to you. So needless to say i would like to find a mechanic that actually knows what they are doing and enjoys doing it. I need an estimate from people that know there job, noit the sign and the entrance to the fu##ing place. any one know of a place that would help me get my truck solid in the front , well as it can be? I live in south metro mn.

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