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The [Un]Official Where to Get Your Rover Fixed Thread

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I thought it would be helpful to start pulling everyone's favorite shops together in one thread and especially helpful for those traveling to have a list in case they are broken down in an unfamiliar place.

So, I will start with my two local independent rover places. Both are great and run by great people with good service and fair prices.

Frank Dalahan, 301 Macdade Blvd, Collingdale, PA 19023 (outside Philadelphia) 484-494-9133

Trevor Griffiths, 2477 Old Hershey Road, Elizabethtown, PA 17022 (outside Harrisburg) 717-367-0176

If you use this format, at the end of the thread I can pull them all together and put them in excel.
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Any Hampton Roads guys have a reliable place to get electrical work done? I’ve been chasing gremlins ever since I bought the truck and I’m considering someone to just fix everything once and for all. Nothing major (blinker, headlights, small annoying intermittent stuff). Also I realize that they are Lucas electrics so there isn’t really such a thing as “once and for all”...
Wanted to put a plug in for Abacus Racing in Va Beach, VA. They work on a ton of cool older classic cars and had a D90, some D1s, and a couple of RRCs there. John is there LR guy and did a great job trouble shooting Power Steering problems and steering slop, as well as Fuel tank/sender issues. Highly recommend. Hourly rate was $95, which I didn’t think was bad.
Awesome thanks. I've been using Abacus Racing up in Little Creek and I've been pretty happy. May give these guys a try next time I get some work done.
If anyone is looking for a shop in Jacksonville, FL, a buddy of mine recommends The Metric System garage. They do work on his RRC and he said they're inexpensive and very responsive. Not sure if they do Defenders, but he said they specialize in British cars.

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