You were one of two people that told me to use Jerry's.
I just picked them up and they did a great job with their EDM. They
removed the remains of the brass needle valve screws and the body of the
carbs look great. There were four of the six broken off and they only
charged $120.00 to do the job. That included setup and cleaning up
after them self's.
Rick Meredith wrote:
>Tom, you may want to try Jerry's Tap and Drill Removal Service in Santa
>Ana. 714-836-6824. They're on Chestnut not to far from Grand Ave. and
>1st St. They've pulled my bacon out of the fire a couple of times.
>[mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] On Behalf Of Tom McKeown
>Sent: Saturday, June 01, 2002 11:22 AM
>To: Auto X Net; Wheel to Wheel
>Subject: Repair of Mikuni 44PHH Carb Bodies
>I need help.
>The last owner of the triple setup on my 240Z really turned the idle
>mixture screws ALL the way in to adjust the idle. The only thing is,
>they broke off the tips of four of the six Mixture Screws in the bodies
>of the carbs. I have tried to push the broken tips back out, but they
>seem to be stuck real good.
>Does anyone know of someone or a shop that can remove them for me and
>not damage the throttle bodies? I live in the LA California area.
>Also, I can not change to another setup, so don't even go there.
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