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post #31 of 35 (permalink) Old 12-23-2012, 08:13 PM
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The car just turned over 60k. I realize what I would be losing in selling the car.

And knowing people where I am going is important to maintaining the car. I can't take tools with me, I would be totally dependent on dealerships working on my car if problems arose.
Every base I've been to has an auto-hobby shop. You pay something like $4/hr to rent a stall with or without a lift. They have tools (free to use), and usually a mechanic or two that can help you. Most places even have stuff to mount and balance tires

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The auto hobby shop on Keesler is one of the better ones that I've seen in the Air Force. I was able to do my own springs there. They have pretty much any tool you'll need. $8 an hr for a stall w/ a lift.

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Sounds like a plan to me. Here in San Diego the Hobby shop has 9 bays with free tools use, they do springs and have mechanics to help with any questions you might have. $3 an hr for the lift.

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Just need a tune on 93 now.... John is gonna hate me lol.

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I think he will be happy to tune your car if it means you will keep it.

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