These professionals have not only machined a number of engines for me, but guided me in the right direction to determine the appropriate parts to install in all applications. Wayne is the Master Encyclopedia for engine & parts knowledge and building/rebuilding/applications experience. He KNOWS what works and what doesn't. And he's able to convey that knowledge with gentle finesse. What you do with it is then up to you. But if you pay attention and listen, then apply, you'll not go wrong. And the two young men working for/with him are completely professional in conduct and performance. Well done - - - again - and - again... Even when you need to know something on the phone.
My family has been doing business with Clays auto parts for over ten years. The people that work on the counter are very knowledgeable and do not rely on computer calalogs only. They have many old catalogs and well give it their best to locate a hard to find part. Clays is one of the few old part stores and machine shops left in town. It is a nice mom and pops store with stools to sit on and chat, ask questions, or order parts. They have a full machine shop with lots of experience on performance, old engines, or the newer imports.They employees work together like a family.
I used Millers on numerous occasions and have always been pleased with the quaility of worked produced. I have had engines, heads and fly wheels machined here and always recieved quality work!