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Looking for ATV mechanic near Howard Co - November 18, 2016, 12:27 PM

I have a few utility quads that need a few minor things.. wheel bearings, brakes, etc.. I'm in Ellicott City but will travel a little for the right mechanic. I used to take my bikes up to MRP but he no longer services quads. A reputable/reliable garage hack will suffice. Recommendations???
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November 18, 2016, 01:52 PM

Brooks Cycles is pretty bad-ass. Good turnaround times, too!


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Heyser on Rte.1 in Laurel sells and services quads.

I would also endorse Brooks Cycle, but travel time from Ellicott City would be unrealistic.



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Heyser on Rte.1 in Laurel sells and services quads.

I would also endorse Brooks Cycle, but travel time from Ellicott City would be unrealistic.
I'm hearing good things about the guys at Heyser, I may have to give them a shot.
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