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Old 03-11-07, 04:10 PM
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Reputable rotary mechanic near Birmingham, AL?

A family member is thinking about joining our rotary community with a possible FD purchase. He lives near Birmingham, Alabama. Does anyone know of any good rotary shops in the area for all around maintenance / support of a RX-7?

First hand experiences always appreciated!

Thanks in advance,
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Old 03-11-07, 08:52 PM
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well theres a guy on clairemont ave that works with rx7s alot but i dont use him..... we had a disagreement about a problem i was having and i found that he probubly doesnt know as much as i thought he did..... the shop is called clairemont auto.... its an old gas station that he turned into a garage..sorta

i wouldnt take it to anyone besides him just because there is no one else that even remotely knows what there doing....in business anyway...
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Old 03-12-07, 09:22 AM
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If it is not extensive maintence or problems most of us will be more than willing to help out, and probably charge less than a shop. Now if it comes to changing turbos or trouble shooting problems a few of us can help out but finding time may be a problem, so it may take a while. Most local rotary guys seem more than willing to teach or help out.
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I work on FDs on the side.. time pending..
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There's enough local support in the area to fix or @ least determine most problems
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i have 2 engines 1 has a bad rear rotor. i guess apex / was full of water dont know if worth trying 2 fix . my goldie has water in her so i know i need a re seal job and a check on everything while opened up so who can help me out how mutch






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