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cnitty76 10th April 2011 10:47 PM

Car Amp repair
Anyone repair amps in or close to Alabama?

2pist 12th April 2011 04:44 AM

Phone book?

Dr Zeus 12th April 2011 08:46 PM

I'm in Atlanta and often go out to Carolton, GA. Whatcha got?

seankane 12th April 2011 09:15 PM

AUTOTEKX his name is Jason and he does nice work. Look up the website.

amc32 13th April 2011 03:08 AM

Dr. Zeus hows the biz in Atlanta? I was thinking of relocating the family and shop. I would not be in the metro but in Western Atlanta.

Dr Zeus 13th April 2011 03:16 AM

That's about where I am at. Honestly the business is all hobby for me. Theres another guy in town who seems to dominate the audio shops in north western Atlanta, but I hear he is very back logged all the time. fierce. I started my convoy with just a few of my own amps and its just snowballed to about 4-5 amps per week. I've probably taken business away from the main competition but there seems to be work around. If you do move here let me know and ill hook you up with some places. Soon ill probably be too busy with a new house to really enjoy the hobby, but for now its fun extra bucks.

amc32 13th April 2011 03:46 AM

Thanks Zues for the info. I started just like you, with this repair thing as a hobby. I hate to leave where I'm at. But the housing market is too exspensive for me. I know my customer base will hate to see me go, as Iam taking in at least 15-20 amps a week. I figure I can relocate and start off slow. Just how it was before things got out of control. I still have a full-time job that I work on the weekends.

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