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Old 02-28-2010, 09:59 AM
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Right now, tuner shps are in the highest priority here in the mid atlantic states, kids and adults can't get enough of them. If you have knowledge of tuning through programs for secific computers in the import area, this is growing immensly. Adding lowered suspension, able to do alignments and so on. Theymay only be looking for a few horespower but be sure, they are willing to pay.

My son moved to an S&S tire store and found he is doing nothing more than minor maintenence, mounting HUGE tires for SUV's and simple oil changes. The owner is more afraid to actually sell an R&R of say a steering rack than he is an oil change.
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