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Discussion in 'Puget Sound Chapter' started by Wronsky, Mar 12, 2012.

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    Wronsky

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    I've recently relocated here from a sojourn on the right coast. I'm looking for a shop to care for my 2002 530i and 1998 Z3 near downtown Seattle.
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    dwholland

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    I am trying out Strictly BMW this wednesday for a few things and will let you know how they do
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    prowlerflyer

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    Anyone have a recommendation for a shop to the north end of the Seattle area or Bellingham ( I am in Anacortes)? Preferably one that is performance orientated or has a dyno.
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    charlson89

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    I would ask your chapter they might know a good shop.
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    prowlerflyer

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    Isn't this in Puget Sound Chapter forum?
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    MGarrison

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    Most chapters run their own websites, some of which may include their own message forums, and many these days also have their own facebook pages, or perhaps utilize other social media options. BMWCCA.ORG is the club's national website - relative to club membership (approx. 70k members across the country), the numbers participating here on the national forums are relatively scant, so it would just be a matter of chance if somebody local to you happened to be a regular here with a good answer for you.

    You could use the Chapter finder page on the 'CCA site here, but I'll save you the hassle -

    Puget Sound BMWCCA chapter website: http://www.bmwpugetsound.com/

    Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/bmwpugetsound

    You probably stand the best chance of getting an answer from someone local, try Puget Sound contacts, search their forums page, register there & pose the question on their forums, or the FB page.

    If you don't have any luck with that, you can see what you can find from the links listed here:

    See: https://www.bmwcca.org/forum/index.php?threads/looking-for-a-repair-shop-start-here.10432/

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