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Old 10-24-2016, 07:11 PM   #1
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Hello there my northern friends. Hopefully it's not snowing on you guys yet. Here in Florida it's still nice. But to the real reason I'm in your section.

My best friend lives in Marysville, OH and is looking for a reputable shop to do brakes or brakes/rotors on his 2007 Infiniti G35. He purchased the parts he needs, just needs someone/shop to do the labor. Who do you guys recommended for the area? Also, if you're tech looking for a side job, I'm sure he wouldn't mind either. Thanks in advance!

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I'm on the other side of Columbus from your friend, but I know the guys at Lucore Auto outside of Plain City. A lot closer and good guys for that type of work.
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