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I have some pretty big repairs ($500-600) coming up. Please recommend an honest and affordable mechanic in or around Manchester, NH.

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we use Darlings on S main st. we trust him to fix only whst is wrong and his price is fair
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Dave's Auto on S. Main (west side) is really good
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I've had a great experience with Gurney's in Nashua.

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What needs to be done and to what vehicle? That will be easier to determine someone who can help <3

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MamatoLea, We just had the Passenger control arm replaced and front tie rods.

Now there's something else going on with steering. The original responses didn't come in in time, but I posted the thread late. It seems we still need an honest, affordable mechanic.

Thanks so much!
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MamatoLea, We just had the Passenger control arm replaced and front tie rods.

Now there's something else going on with steering. The original responses didn't come in in time, but I posted the thread late. It seems we still need an honest, affordable mechanic.

Thanks so much!
Why don't you shoot me an email and I can see if it's something my husband can help with

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