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Old 02-12-2012, 02:00 PM   #1
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I'm looking for a good mechanic that has a lot of resi experiance for about a months worth of work. He needs to ba able to work alone sometimes but will be with me for most of it. Only serious inquires please. No helpers...... Pm me for my number...
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Old 02-12-2012, 04:03 PM   #2
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B4T has some time on his hands, I hear tell.That is,if you're into torturing yourself.Long Island's a bit of a commute,maybe he can bunk with you for the duration........
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WOW..... really, everyone has a job.... God damn it im so screwed....Does anyone from NY need work..? Mass, you can stay over my house.. Ill even make you some Clam Chowda......and get you some Sam Adams..
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where at in Jersey are you? I am in PA near Trenton
what do you need a hand with and how much money
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where at in Jersey are you? I am in PA near Trenton
what do you need a hand with and how much money
how much experiance do you have..? sounds like a long comute though. Im in Essex County..the Job is in Teaneck, NJ (Bergen County)
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Btw Tony, I think I used the last of your duplex BX connectors last week.
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Old 02-13-2012, 08:23 PM   #7
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If it wasn't such a hike I could've maybe been able to help you.
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how much experiance do you have..? sounds like a long comute though. Im in Essex County..the Job is in Teaneck, NJ (Bergen County)
It would take me 1 1/2 - 2 hours to get there. If there is enough money I will go anywhere.
I have 13 years experience with the last 8 of them being an owner.
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