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Old 08-23-2010, 09:01 AM
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Looking for a good machine shop in N.C.

Any body have a recommendation to get my heads decked and milled to accept stud mount rockers? I live in Charlotte N.C.

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I'm sure there are quite a few really good shops in Charlotte due to all the racing that goes on but I don't want to pay their prices.

Shelby might be a long drive for you depending on where you live in Mecklenburg Co. but I've used Johnny for the last 3 years. Prices are defenitely fair, he's honest, and does great work. He has some older equipment but for what you are doing, it's doesn't take the latest and greatest. Johnny has also been in business for the last 30 years.

No website, but here's the google maps location and phone number. Give him a shout for a quote, if you are willing to go down I-85.

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