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Harold's Automotive Machine Shop

(3 Reviews)

1039 Fm 359 Rd, Richmond, TX 77406

(281) 342-4514

CLOSED NOW
Today: 7:00 am - 5:00 pm
Tomorrow: 7:00 am - 5:00 pm
43
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IN BUSINESS
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Hours

Regular Hours

Payment method
discover, check, debit, all major credit cards, amex
Associations
ASE Certified
AKA

Harold's Automotive Machining

Categories
Automobile Machine Shop, Machine Shops, Automobile Parts & Supplies, Auto Repair & Service, Engine Rebuilding & Exchange, Auto Engine Rebuilding

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Kyle S.

07/28/2017

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Took my motorcycle in this morning for the first time because I had busted a bolt in the frame. Harold and his staff dropped everything they were doing to help me get it fixed so that I could get to work on time. The prices and service is unbeatable and I will be a customer for life.

Ann S.

03/15/2017

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We have used Harrolds for 15 years for all our machine work. He is always treated us great had work done when he said he would and is always a pleasure to work with. Being a business owner of a bike shop we use his services very often and will continue to. Thanks Harrold y'all have done anazing work for us and we will always come back!!

J S.

02/05/2015

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Nothing worse than a dishonest mechanic. They will give you a really low estimate to get you to bring them work, then they will quote you triple what they said worse case scenario was. Pretty shady business practice. Would not recommend to anyone!! Stay away! Their quote to repair my heads that were in decent shape (not worse case scenario) was for $700 after telling me they would be between 200-400. I can buy a brand new set of heads for what harold wanted to repair mine..

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