unemployed mechanic for hire.

Discussion in 'Westside' started by Andre 1000, May 22, 2012.


  1. Andre 1000

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    hey guys, got laid off yesterday from my auto mechanic job. I have over ten years experience. I live in the Kirkland area and have A Lot of auto/bike tools. but i'm not mobile so if any one needs help or wants me to do any job for them shoot me a call or text. my number is in my profile. I can work on any bike, car, truck, SUV. i'm not good with diesel or carbs. I can fix boats and jet skis.
    it never hurts to call and get a second opinion. I should state for the record that I am not good with valves and front shocks. Not much experience with those so far. I always recomend people to fluid suspension science for front fork work and dealers for valve work. Mainly cause I dont have shimms and/or dont want to have to deal with going back and forth to dealers to get them. Huge pain in the ass. But every thing else Im up for.
     
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  2. Mae

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    Text sent.
     
  3. Swanny

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    Boeing has been hiring lately...and they have a huge motor pool to maintain.
    Hope it all works out...
     
  4. dizzle

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    text sent as well.
     
  5. Andre 1000

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    Yo, thanks guys for the huge responce. It helps out a lot.
     
  6. Mayor R1

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    Hey man, I was wondering how good you are with completely aftermarket parts cars. I am getting ready to part my car out and need a mechanic to help with some of the more in depth work.
     
  7. RPIDucS

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    Sorry to hear that man. Best of luck and let me know if I can help in any way.
     
  8. dizzle

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    Ask him about his supra and you'll find out.
     
  9. Mayor R1

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    I’ll take that as a person who knows this gentleman and that he knows about "ricers" or tuners/imports
     
  10. dizzle

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    I've met Andrew a few times, real down to earth guy. His supra (old school) is a beast. He knows his way around a motor.
     
  11. Porsche Barry

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    Dude, I have a 2000 Celica GT with a basically toast engine and a spare engine I've been (too) slowly assembling. Want to wrap it up? Bottom end is done. Most all parts are here. Hit me uuuuuup (via PM).
     
  12. Andre 1000

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    Im very good around aftermarket parts, I buy from ebay all the time, lol. really.

    taking things apart is no problem. I understand that those aftermarket items can be delicate.
     
  13. Dragonfish

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    Just had the timing belt and water pump replaced on my car by a Andrew, a very competent mechanic. Having worked on my fair share of all things broken, I felt privileged to hang out, while he plied his trade and expertise. I could have had the work done anywhere else, but taking the drive seemed a good reason we as a sport bike riding community support one another. Thanks for the excellent work. :mfclap:
     
  14. Andre 1000

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    Thank you so much for the feedback. That always helps.
     
  15. jonathandowers

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    Would you be willing to give maintenance lessons? I've started tinkering around my bike, and finding that I need guidance.
     
  16. Andre 1000

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    of course, I love meeting new people and talking bikes.
     
  17. demologik

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    Hey I've got a 91 Integra that needs help. It's got a 95 b16a2 engine and been experiencing a LOT of hesitation at around 3000 rpms.. I'm in the Covington area.
     
  18. Andre 1000

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    sending PM
     
  19. Morwan

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    Sent a text. I've got a friend with a '99 Katana 750 who needs his carb cleaned.
     
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