Shop in Ottawa?

woodpanel

Original poster
Member
Jun 11, 2013
3
Hello all,
The wood panel refers to my first inline 6, a Jeep Wagoneer with wood panels :thumbsup:. It was a great ride, I had it when I met my first wife, and when I got my last dog. Still have both, but not the wood panels...

I just got another inline 6. Pretty happy about it. Still no wood panels...

Any suggestions for a mechanic in Ottawa?
Thanks
 

Ryda55555

Member
Apr 11, 2013
1,111
Haha you could always get the fake wood panels from a envoy, then you'd have all 3 :rotfl:
But Welcome! Hope you like it here

As for mechanics in ottawa i have no idea, but theres gunna be a meet around july/august probably in barrie if you dont mind taking a road trip
 

willn513

Member
Dec 4, 2011
918
Welcome to gmtnation! If you're loaded and you want to relive your Wagoneer days, check out Wagonmaster at www.wagonmaster.com

I have always said that if I hit the Powerball one of these days I'll put one of these in my garage! A little pricey, but you get a fully restored, ready to run, like new Wagoneer.
 

BO TIE SS

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Nov 18, 2011
1,497
Welcome. :tiphat:
 

Porkins

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Dec 5, 2011
6,960
Welcome to the Nation! I would love to have a wagoneer as a project truck.
 

Mooseman

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Dec 4, 2011
25,483
Ottawa, ON
Welcome to the Nation! What part of Ottawa are you in? Also would be nice to know what kind of GMT you have in your profile. As for a shop in Ottawa, I mostly do my own work but for those few times that I got things done, I went to Orleans Auto Tech on St-Joseph (right behind Place d'Orleans). Recommended them to a friend, good service. They're a busy shop so you have to get an appointment.
 

woodpanel

Original poster
Member
Jun 11, 2013
3
Thanks all, a very active forum!
The link to the jeep site is great, if only...
I'm south, AV, so the shop in Orleans is a bit of a hike. Might try it if I can't find some one I like closer. Thanks

I may have to move this question to another forum thread. I need winter rims and tires, but I have the TPMS Sensors. Should I try to find winter rims with the sensor, or swap tires on the stock rims? It's hard enough to find 18" rims that are the right bolt pattern and size, but impossible to find with the sensors...

Any thoughts? Should I move it to the tire forum?
Thanks again,
WP
 

Mooseman

Moderator
Dec 4, 2011
25,483
Ottawa, ON
Check eBay. There are some new take-off sensors available for a reasonable price. That's what I did for my 08 Montana.
 

Numbnutz

Member
Dec 11, 2011
295
woodpanel said:
Thanks all, a very active forum!
The link to the jeep site is great, if only...
I'm south, AV, so the shop in Orleans is a bit of a hike. Might try it if I can't find some one I like closer. Thanks

I may have to move this question to another forum thread. I need winter rims and tires, but I have the TPMS Sensors. Should I try to find winter rims with the sensor, or swap tires on the stock rims? It's hard enough to find 18" rims that are the right bolt pattern and size, but impossible to find with the sensors...

Any thoughts? Should I move it to the tire forum?
Thanks again,
WP

Welcome to the nation. Generally most of the stuff I need done is either done by myself, or my father in law. When I need work done it is usually at Steve's Auto hes out on the way to Metcalfe just past Manderly Golf.
 

woodpanel

Original poster
Member
Jun 11, 2013
3
TPMS sensor search on eBay, LOADS of stuff, big range of price.
I assume they work with any rims?
Great for cheap winter rims? I hope so...

Thanks!

I will check out Steve's for any big jobs...
 

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