Competent Audi Tech, Southern Tier of New York

Mark Rosenkrantz speedracer.mark at
Tue Jun 16 16:20:03 PDT 2009

I'd do it, but it's SO much easier with a lift... and my Rotary is not up
until I build a new garage (hopefully this fall).  I.E. even if I don't
charge as much per hour, I might be more expensive in the long run.

It might be a lot of labor.... especially to drill out/extract the frozen
fasteners.  Generally they'll shear with air tools, allowing the tank to
drop, which frees up the access.

Anyhow, you've been to my house, in Port Crane, NY.

Anything less PITA he needs done?   ;-)

Mark Rosenkrantz

On Tue, Jun 16, 2009 at 4:19 PM, LL - NY <larrycleung at> wrote:

> Trying to help out a friend.
> I have a friend with a C4 100Q Avant that's in need of a new fuel tank.
> Friend has a replacement tank from Semple. Neither he, nor I have the time
> nor facilities to put in the replacement tank, so he's searching for a
> decent tech to do the job. First guy on the job had to struggle with the
> rusted bolts and backed out of the job when he couldn't get any to budge.
> No
> specification as to which bolts are rusted, but assuming that the axle has
> to come out first, I'd venture a guess it's to do with axle/diff.
> Anyone know of a decent, reasonable tech between Monticello, NY and
> Binghamton, NY along the Rt 17 corridor?
> TIA,
> LL - NY
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