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Old 07-27-2009, 04:53 PM   #1
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I just found out I don't qualify for the TSB leaf springs on my 06 Tacoma. I did receive some really informative responses to a post I wrote earlier. Question is, does anyone in the Denver area know of a mechanic shop other than Toyota where I can get good quality work done? I don't have a warranty and I plan on keeping my truck until it dies but I don't want to take it to Toyota and pay the added expense of going to Toyota. If any one has any suggestions please let me know. On the flip side, is going to Toyota better? I was told by a Toyota mechanic they check and lube all fittings each time I bring it in for an oil change. I can do the oil change but I don't know how nor do I have the tools to do the fittings and such.
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