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Old 26th Jan 2014, 07:01
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4 x 4 servicing/repair

Hey all, my old yank tank is in need of a bit of TLC (both body and drive train)
I'm just after a few suggestions as to where others have found reasonable success at a reasonable price. I currently use an expat run garage, but thanks to a recent change of ownership I'm not as confident in the quality of workmanship as I once was.
All input appreciated for places in and around Dubai
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Old 26th Jan 2014, 07:14
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Saluki Motorsports has been good the couple of times I have used them. They have an EPC discount.

Try posing your question here, if you haven't already done so: http://www.dubaipetrolheads.com/index.php
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Old 27th Jan 2014, 05:53
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As a friend of Saluki Motor Sports, and as a moderator of the Petrolheads Forums, I can assure you that Saluki Motorsports are very good at what they do.

Also - if ever you need any car fabrication/mods done, their onsite welder (Robbie) is a bloody genius welder and fabricator. Worth his weight in gold with the quality and class of his welding art.

Well worth a visit.
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4 x 4 servicing/repair

Need about a 3cm lift at arse end of a 2013 Seqoia, could they hack that in style?
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Are they able to diagnose and repair German 4x4s? My toe rag is giving me trouble
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Happy to report excellent service, a good practical and honest assessment of the work needed, and all completed to a high standard.

Oldaircrew, I saw Jap and EU 4x4's on the lifts so theres a good chance they will be able to work on the Kübelwagen errr ToeRag.
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Thanks for that.
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