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Old 01-05-2012, 06:27 AM   #16
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It all depends on the problem. If its something they can tell you what to do or simple advise, then MOST places would not charge you. If its broke and you want them to fix it, then maybe about $20-$30 per hour.

Now this is where "support your LHS" come in. If is a place that you regularly go for parts and supplies, they may hook you up. But dont show up to a LHS with something you didnt buy from there expecting free service. The LHS has to make money too.

Tracks or what was tracks in the state. Pretty sure you have a local track.

http://www.therczone.com/tracks/sear...e=Pennsylvania


To help get it started and broken in ------ Most places will charge you, especially because you didnt buy anything there.
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