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    I thought it might be good to start working on a list of shops along the route that would be willing to provide aid (perhaps afterhours thrashes) for those of us in need.

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    Re: PowerTour Aid Stations

    you know that ain't a bad idea..... if i would have availed myself of that one north of Rochester, i may have diagnosed the problem that caused me the $2000 trip home!! they even had a lift there. History, i guess.
    Maybe I can clear this up.....I thought the cop was a prostitute.

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    • #3
      Re: PowerTour Aid Stations

      Let me start:
      junkie LS1 ZR2, is a part owner of Diversified Creation www.diversifiedcreations.com at
      7041 Grand River Rd # 2
      Brighton, MI 48114
      (810) 227-4777

      which is somewhat on the route between South Bend and Warren. He said PT freaks could stop by on the way to Warren (he also works at GM). See this thread: http://www.bangshift.com/forum/index...4216#msg224216
      a.k.a. - arrowhead from joysey

      "They're no good for you. all they ever think about are cars" (GTO/Warren Oates) - Two Lane Blacktop

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      • #4
        Re: PowerTour Aid Stations

        Marc Gaymon 937-307-6586 and Blaine Heeter 937-512-2674 are from Sinclair Collage and run a large training facility in Dayton.They offered the shop for use on the Power Tour with several lifts.I'm sorry I don't have the page to look them up but here are the phone numbers..Anyone remember where they wrote this.I wrote the info on my list of shops,just in case...
        I just love my Hot Rods.

        Long Hauled 2009,2010,2011,2012 and 2013. Loved every minute of it.

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        • #5
          Re: PowerTour Aid Stations

          Our shop is open to all you who need it. have a hoist, engine and transmission jacks. wehave most tools and 3 welders ,torch, etc. hopefully no-one will need them. 262-498-9103 cell

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          • #6
            Re: PowerTour Aid Stations

            Originally posted by street72
            Marc Gaymon 937-307-6586 and Blaine Heeter 937-512-2674 are from Sinclair Collage and run a large training facility in Dayton.They offered the shop for use on the Power Tour with several lifts.I'm sorry I don't have the page to look them up but here are the phone numbers..Anyone remember where they wrote this.I wrote the info on my list of shops,just in case...
            http://forums.hotrod.com/70/7460071/...hio/index.html

            Here it is street72
            Phil / Omaha

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            • #7
              Re: PowerTour Aid Stations

              Originally posted by 70chevyC-10
              Originally posted by street72
              Marc Gaymon 937-307-6586 and Blaine Heeter 937-512-2674 are from Sinclair Collage and run a large training facility in Dayton.They offered the shop for use on the Power Tour with several lifts.I'm sorry I don't have the page to look them up but here are the phone numbers..Anyone remember where they wrote this.I wrote the info on my list of shops,just in case...
              http://forums.hotrod.com/70/7460071/...hio/index.html

              Here it is street72

              Sorry by browser won't allow me to frequent that site.

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              • #8
                Re: PowerTour Aid Stations

                Originally posted by cstmwgn
                Originally posted by 70chevyC-10
                Originally posted by street72
                Marc Gaymon 937-307-6586 and Blaine Heeter 937-512-2674 are from Sinclair Collage and run a large training facility in Dayton.They offered the shop for use on the Power Tour with several lifts.I'm sorry I don't have the page to look them up but here are the phone numbers..Anyone remember where they wrote this.I wrote the info on my list of shops,just in case...
                http://forums.hotrod.com/70/7460071/...hio/index.html

                Here it is street72

                Sorry by browser won't allow me to frequent that site.
                Huh - are ya joking r what ? Subject of thread was HRPT 09 Dayton, Ohio (try search box)
                Phil / Omaha

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                • #9
                  Re: PowerTour Aid Stations

                  Originally posted by 70chevyC-10
                  Originally posted by cstmwgn
                  Originally posted by 70chevyC-10
                  Originally posted by street72
                  Marc Gaymon 937-307-6586 and Blaine Heeter 937-512-2674 are from Sinclair Collage and run a large training facility in Dayton.They offered the shop for use on the Power Tour with several lifts.I'm sorry I don't have the page to look them up but here are the phone numbers..Anyone remember where they wrote this.I wrote the info on my list of shops,just in case...
                  http://forums.hotrod.com/70/7460071/...hio/index.html

                  Here it is street72

                  Sorry by browser won't allow me to frequent that site.
                  Huh - are ya joking r what ? Subject of thread was HRPT 09 Dayton, Ohio (try search box)
                  I guess you weren't on that forum last year :-\ :P
                  http://i263.photobucket.com/albums/i.../Marlin003.jpg

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                  • #10
                    Re: PowerTour Aid Stations

                    Not sure about this one either - I must be speaking Mandarin - an I ain't talking oranges.
                    Phil / Omaha

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                    • #11
                      Re: PowerTour Aid Stations

                      Originally posted by 70chevyC-10
                      Not sure about this one either - I must be speaking Mandarin - an I ain't talking oranges.
                      Some of us have choosen to be ignorant IF the path to enlightment passess through HotRod.com

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                      • #12
                        Re: PowerTour Aid Stations

                        Here we go again

                        Not many Power Tourer's are traveling across Interstate 90 in New York,
                        but at intersection of Interstate 81, we have a shop, no lifts, but tools, jacks, welders, etc, inside area to work & Freaks.

                        Bob
                        315 447 7183

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                        • #13
                          Re: PowerTour Aid Stations

                          Originally posted by cstmwgn
                          Originally posted by 70chevyC-10
                          Not sure about this one either - I must be speaking Mandarin - an I ain't talking oranges.
                          Some of us have choosen to be ignorant IF the path to enlightment passess through HotRod.com
                          I see - I was not sure what the poop was there - just tryin' to be helpful. Just the kinda guy I am.
                          Cheers -
                          Phil / Omaha

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                          • #14
                            Re: PowerTour Aid Stations

                            Originally posted by 1956NY150
                            Here we go again

                            Not many Power Tourer's are traveling across Interstate 90 in New York,
                            but at intersection of Interstate 81, we have a shop, no lifts, but tools, jacks, welders, etc, inside area to work & Freaks.

                            Bob
                            315 447 7183
                            Thanks Bob, if we have anything break, I was just planning on finding you anyway......... ;D
                            We don't need no stinking shop!
                            Ed, Mary, & 'Earl'
                            HRPT LongHaulers, 08, 09, 10, 11, 12, 13, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19.


                            Inside every old person is a young person wondering, "what the hell happened?"

                            The man at the top of the mountain didn't fall there. -Vince Lombardi

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                            • #15
                              Re: PowerTour Aid Stations

                              It's not on the route, but we have a lift and pretty much anything else if anyone would need it in Lynchburg, VA, it's an hour off I-81 for anybody coming or returning on Power Tour. Even if I could not be there, somebody could be for help.

                              Buddy 434-907-3524
                              Living the dream!

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