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Old 08-19-2005, 07:12   #1 (permalink)
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G'day Folks, After a couple of major f**kups by the machine shop that I've been using, I now need to find a good shop in either Brisbane or on the Sunshine Coast. Can anyone recommend someone, esp. someone good with Clevos? I know of a couple on the coast here, but have heard a few bad reports on them.
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G'day from personal experience i wouldn't go past Bryants Engineering for price, quality or experience. They are at Rocklea in Brisbane.
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Good luck on the northside of brissy!
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Give the boys at Vandy's on the top of Buderim a call, good old service station, they might know of someone good around the coast. My family has been using them for about 20 years not one complant. They might be able to steer you in the right direction. Good luck. Watch the cops over there they suck. Got stopped 8 times in two days in QLd and now never going back.
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G'day Folks, After a couple of major f**kups by the machine shop that I've been using, I now need to find a good shop in either Brisbane or on the Sunshine Coast. Can anyone recommend someone, esp. someone good with Clevos? I know of a couple on the coast here, but have heard a few bad reports on them.
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Try Me @ T.R. Engines, 07-32083688, Slacks Creek.
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G'day Folks, After a couple of major f**kups by the machine shop that I've been using, I now need to find a good shop in either Brisbane or on the Sunshine Coast. Can anyone recommend someone, esp. someone good with Clevos? I know of a couple on the coast here, but have heard a few bad reports on them.
Give Warren Patterson @ Patterson Performance a call 07 3355 2181. He did his time with FORD worked on all the GT's, Very good with blower setups and very good machining. PM me for more info especially if you want value for money. If you want to pay a lot more for less then I would look elsewhere than some places mentioned in this thread.
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