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Long arm or not?

I'll give you a hand.
 

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If you are not wanting other members to help you, I do know a (great) shop. It's Balducci's Auto repair in cherry hill. If you look at february's issue of drag racing magazine, he has the cover with a giant burnout turned into a fireball (the only one like that since like 97') The owner's name is Dominic. You can even google him.

He's been in South Jersey for ionno, maybe 10 years? He was in Marlton, and now he is in Cherry Hill. He's also been in south jersey magazine as top repair facility in 02, 03, 04, 05, 07, 08, 09, and probably again this year for 11'. He's a friend of the family and he builds his dragsters from scratch if that helps you decide at all.

Also, when you go in, ask for Dominic (owner) or Eric (one of the tech's). Eric has been lifting trucks for 10-12 years now, and does well with fabrication. Usually works on chevy's (14bolt/dana60 swaps) but is no stranger to fords. You can't miss him, long blond hair and a backwards cap. Goofy smile usually assists in his persona also.
 

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Is that shop still open? I'm looking to get a 6" lift. Trying to find one that doesn't use blocks in the rear. I also want to basically redo the whole front end, extend driveshafts if needed, change the gears, bearings, bushings, steering ect. It's a big job, don't think I can get all that done in my driveway.
 

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If you are not wanting other members to help you, I do know a (great) shop. It's Balducci's Auto repair in cherry hill. If you look at february's issue of drag racing magazine, he has the cover with a giant burnout turned into a fireball (the only one like that since like 97') The owner's name is Dominic. You can even google him.

He's been in South Jersey for ionno, maybe 10 years? He was in Marlton, and now he is in Cherry Hill. He's also been in south jersey magazine as top repair facility in 02, 03, 04, 05, 07, 08, 09, and probably again this year for 11'. He's a friend of the family and he builds his dragsters from scratch if that helps you decide at all.

Also, when you go in, ask for Dominic (owner) or Eric (one of the tech's). Eric has been lifting trucks for 10-12 years now, and does well with fabrication. Usually works on chevy's (14bolt/dana60 swaps) but is no stranger to fords. You can't miss him, long blond hair and a backwards cap. Goofy smile usually assists in his persona also.

Do you know if eric is still in this shop? I am looking to get a lift done in the next month or so. Also want to do some front end work while im at it. Hopeing to get it all done at one place.
 
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