engine rebuilders

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engine rebuilders

Postby kevrider » Tue Jan 29, 2013 7:55 am

hey, can anyone recommend a shop that can repair/machine a top end? i'm expecting to get my hands on an old Jeep Cherokee, but it has a burnt valve. i found a potential shop here in memphis, but towing the machine from atlanta would add a handful of benjamins to the price of acquisition.

if anyone has experience with a place that works on the 4-liter straight six, that would be great. bonus if they can also pull the motor from the chassis, as i might consider a complete motor rebuild. thnx!
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Re: engine rebuilders

Postby OffroadRatfish » Tue Jan 29, 2013 9:07 am

I used to take my Cherokees (oh, the days...) to Roswell Outback. They started out as a Jeep place and only expanded business when it became nonviable to only work on Jeeps...so they know 'em inside and out. Can't complain about any of the work they ever did on my Jeeps.
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Re: engine rebuilders

Postby Tweety » Tue Jan 29, 2013 1:12 pm

http://www.southernjeeps.org/phpbb/view ... chine+shop

"Acworth Engine and Machine on New McEver Road, ask for Jim. (770) 974-8581"
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Re: engine rebuilders

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