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zhenkaaaM3 02-08-2013 07:20 PM

Any shops in jersey?
 
I know there are many shops that have a username and password on this forum.

Shop owners: If you dont mind, please PM me. I need a couple of simple things done to my car. Simple for a shop with proper tools to do but difficult for myself since I do not have those kind of resources. I would like to get a well thought out quote. I know shops do not throw out pricing because you can take it and go compare it with other quotes but I do not want to travel and be slapped with a huge invoice.
I need somebody in jersey. I know some good shops in queens but too much of a hassle to get there nowadays with my hectic schedule.

Work is to be done on an e36 M.

illuzionx 02-09-2013 12:58 PM

I don't mean to hijack your thread, but I am seeking a shop to do a specifuc issue for me as well but in (Brooklyn). If some mechanic or shop wants to make some $ pm me for details. Thanks.

NJfistpumpin 02-09-2013 01:32 PM

Asc automotive in highland (Atlantic highlands) nj is great, great prices and they have a BMW gear head who works there and owner owns a could that he works on. GREAT SHOP

zhenkaaaM3 02-09-2013 01:52 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by NJfistpumpin (Post 15145884)
Asc automotive in highland (Atlantic highlands) nj is great, great prices and they have a BMW gear head who works there and owner owns a could that he works on. GREAT SHOP

Is he on the forum?

NJfistpumpin 02-09-2013 02:00 PM

No it's a body shop. But you can buy the parts and they will put them on for you. Very reasonable price wise no extra charge bs

tehshayne 02-09-2013 11:16 PM

Fist pumpage.
Jersey strong.
Woot.

NJfistpumpin 02-10-2013 12:07 AM

Lol always lol but the names more of a joke...

tehshayne 02-10-2013 01:16 AM

#DTS
#cheeseballs
#ayyogirl

NJfistpumpin 02-10-2013 10:40 AM

#areyouwasted?
#areforkids

dmax 02-10-2013 10:47 AM

Eugene, first, if you've not done it yet, list the work you want quoted.

Second, if you wait until the spring for non-essential things like thermostat (unless it's bad), PM me. I think I can find time for you. I'd like to, but my life is busy these days.

Doug

Quote:

Originally Posted by E46tknv (Post 15144573)
I know there are many shops that have a username and password on this forum.

Shop owners: If you dont mind, please PM me. I need a couple of simple things done to my car. Simple for a shop with proper tools to do but difficult for myself since I do not have those kind of resources. I would like to get a well thought out quote. I know shops do not throw out pricing because you can take it and go compare it with other quotes but I do not want to travel and be slapped with a huge invoice.
I need somebody in jersey. I know some good shops in queens but too much of a hassle to get there nowadays with my hectic schedule.

Work is to be done on an e36 M.


Think0rz 02-10-2013 10:48 AM

To op contact Mike at maximum psi he can definitely address any problems you're having at an affordable price. Their number 908-290-3571 tell mike Dexter sent you

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zhenkaaaM3 02-10-2013 02:38 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Think0rz (Post 15147795)
To op contact Mike at maximum psi he can definitely address any problems you're having at an affordable price. Their number 908-290-3571 tell mike Dexter sent you

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Yea maximumpsi is a great shop! I will try contacting them

zhenkaaaM3 02-10-2013 02:39 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by dmax (Post 15147792)
Eugene, first, if you've not done it yet, list the work you want quoted.

Second, if you wait until the spring for non-essential things like thermostat (unless it's bad), PM me. I think I can find time for you. I'd like to, but my life is busy these days.

Doug

Doug i took care of thermostat. I need my VCG done(im missing deep sockets), fix my ps leak and my rear wheel bearing. Thats about it.

dmax 02-10-2013 04:07 PM

Harbor Freight...$20...I only have one deep socket, but I'm surprised you need them for the M vcg. You sure about that?

Anyway, as a principal, it almost always pays to get the tools rather than to pay someone with the tools you need. I haven't needed a new tool in years...but you should have the tools your car needs, by and large.

jerseyrider 02-12-2013 01:17 PM

Hey Eugene. I don't know if you happened to see their post, but there's a shop in Washington Twsp in Warren county out by where I live. My nephew spoke to them and is getting some work done by them.

Here's the link: http://forum.e46fanatics.com/showthread.php?t=964706

Hope it helps.

Ed

PAT @ RS WORX 02-12-2013 02:24 PM

We can assist with any needs you may have !

VonGeiss 02-12-2013 02:43 PM

I second ASC in Atlantic Highlands, family owned, top notch work, extremely friendly staff, and very reasonable prices.

They do all the work on my m3, actually it's there now and they figured out a bunch of issues I was stuck on!

serdar255 02-12-2013 03:03 PM

max psi!

zhenkaaaM3 02-13-2013 06:01 PM

^^^^ yea I know maximumpsi. they are hella busy. You can understand why.

dmax 02-13-2013 06:13 PM

Eugene, a deep set of sockets costs $20 or so at Harbor Freight. VCG is simple. If you don't have a huge leak, talk with me when it gets a little warmer...I'll help you out. But, I'm thinking a vcg at most shops might be $4-500. Sockets for the job...$20. Tools for almost every job...maybe $1-200. Just saying.

Your car is going to start getting expensive if you don't start having fun! You've figured out the other things you've done, you can do this too. It's not as bad as I think you think it is. Also, you learn to put things together by taking them apart. Easy.


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