Randy's Machine Shop
Posted 14 October 2020 - 07:32 PM
Hope to get parts running once again, have to get past this first
Posted 07 November 2020 - 07:33 PM
Posted 24 November 2020 - 03:19 PM
I wish you luck Randy, hoping you land squarely on your feet and move forward. Stay positive.
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Posted 13 December 2020 - 08:32 PM
I dont know what to say.
The best I can offer is that you e still got the sq family and you need to come back to p.f. I may not have made it there myself in a few years but you and the family are some of those people I always looked forward to seeing.
Take care, and I hope the best.
life is like a roll of toilet paper. the closer you get to the end-the faster it goes.
Posted 23 December 2020 - 11:01 AM
You still have my business Dad.
Posted 23 December 2020 - 01:10 PM
Posted 09 January 2021 - 05:39 AM
Posted Yesterday, 02:15 PM
On top of that, those new owners don't seem to realize what a blessing having a built-in tenant is. I doubt they will get a fast taker of that space. Sounds a bit fishy too, Like they really want to use the space for something else. Guy needs to have a reason to tell his wife why no one is in there, like "they didn't want to pay", etc.... I just think it is total BS that they would come in with an increase for the first conversation. New owners who know what they're doing, will get a better feel for the situation before they spring that on the tenant.
I just know several small businesses who are considering closing due to the slower trend over the last 10 months. Lots of closures too with lots of spaces to rent.
Nothing seems right about what they did to you. Not in your best interest or theirs.
It is getting harder to find good machinists too, if it wasn't already. Less racers because no one can afford it any more it seems. Machine shops closing everywhere. Farmers seem to be one of the few who are benefiting and they are buying new tractors instead of rebuilding their old ones, etc... Those seem to be a big chunk of the machine shop customers. Racers, farmers, fleet trucks, etc..
My friend's alternator and starter repair shop is busy, but costs are increasing. He is working harder to stay in business for sure.
Traded for new set of tires for my wife's Buick: '87 TSI Gold that needs just about all steering and suspension parts replaced, injectors, a new transmission, clutch, and various electrical gremlins. New owner is a mechanic who is already driving it. I couldn't stand letting it sit any more!
'86 ESiR - OEM Roller Cam, Wiseco Forged 8:1 Pistons, Chad's equal length header, TEP T3/T4 turbo, ACT HD clutch, Fidanza Fly, custom 3" exhaust, 3 core oversized radiator, O-ringed block, AJUSA metal shim head gasket, Dawes Device boost controller
'85 Plymouth Conquest Auto , Wiseco 8:1, super light pins, shaved rods, hi-torque cam, 2.5 Exhaust
'84 Dodge Conquest Parts car
'83 Starion - Gutted stock exhaust with '87 TSi muffler, New engine with: BS Elim,forged Wisecos,balanced,Schneider274H,marnal w/oversized stainless valves
'83 Cannonball Run II Jackie Chan car, Basic ring and bearing job w/less than 6K original miles on body, steering, suspension, & rear end, Lightened stock fly, BS Elim, Walbro 255LPH FP, NEW Clearwater head with all new parts, intercooled, 14G turbo, 2750 car weight
'96 Mitsu Mirage w/rebuilt head. Gets 35+MPG.
'87 Dodge Ram50 4WD Rebuilt engine, fresh stock head, Weber carbed, BS elim. Runs great now!
'97 Buick Ultra (supercharged Park Avenue)
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