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Lead Foot Diesel - anyone used them?

Anyone ever used Lead Foot Diesel Performance in Monroe, Ga? Looking for a reliable dmax mechanic in and around north Atlanta preferably.
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I've got a friend that uses them all the time. He's got several trucks that they've built. He says they are great to deal with, and he passes a lot of diesel shops on the way to them.


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Thx wade!

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I know they mainly work on powerstrokes but have seen a little bit of everything in their shop (dmax and cummins).
I stopped in a few times to price out some work on my old powerstroke, but ended up using a diesel tech closer to me.
They seem like a pretty good group of guys. They weren't trying to sell me everything under sun just the stuff I needed.
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I know they mainly work on powerstrokes but have seen a little bit of everything in their shop (dmax and cummins).
I stopped in a few times to price out some work on my old powerstroke, but ended up using a diesel tech closer to me.
They seem like a pretty good group of guys. They weren't trying to sell me everything under sun just the stuff I needed.
Good to know. Thanks, man.

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2006 Chevy 2500HD Crew Cab 4x4 Duramax LBZ LT, Fire Engine Red
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any other diesels shops in the atlanta area????? looking to have a FASS installed.... thanks in advance...
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