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11/04/2014
By: Rj W.
Red Run Exhaust
I used to work in the area and always heard great things from people who had general fixes and performance upgrades at Red Run. I have a chevy k2500 turbo diesel that is 20 years old. Runs great but my muffler is disintegrated and a rusty mess. The rest of the exhaust is old and rusty but functions. I currently live near Philadelphia and went to get a quote from my local Midas shop. They did not look too in depth until I asked. They quoted me $480 for a muffler, tailpipe, a few exhaust hangars and labor. All aluminized steel. This was just to fix what they assumed was the exhaust issue and said if it needs more we can look at it then. I found two bolt on kits that Would greatly improve the trucks performance but I would be left doing all of the work for 425 for aluminized, 650 for stainless shipped to me. At these prices I would be getting a crossover pipe at 2.75", 3" down pike and 4" the rest of the way with a flow through muffler. The aluminized system could last a few years the stainless 10+ years easy. So I made the hour plus trip to red run to see what they thought and could do. The young woman at the desk was so friendly and she had one of the technician's meet me at my truck. His name was Wilmer and he was just as kind as the receptionist. He checked out the entire exhaust while the truck was off and when it was running. He identified the actual issues I was experiencing and was able to fix them at a fraction of what Midas said and cheaper than I could get a kit for. I described my ideal set up mirroring the stainless steel kit I could order. Me quoted me parts and installation for less than I could have bought the parts for the aluminized kit. I made my appointment and the work was done beautifully. The sound the feel the look it's all better than I expected and I was expecting it to be good. Everything came out to the quoted price too. Ill make the drive to red run anytime I need exhaust work done on my other vehicles. The people we so kind and helpful I am happy to see my money go to them. I never write reviews for anything good or bad, but I wanted to share how great of a place Red Run Exhaust is to do business and the work is not just a value but exceptional work!
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09/24/2015
By: Chris D.
Red Run Exhaust
I have to agree with one of the other posts. I hate to see bad posts about this place! I just had mufflers put on my Camaro and it was so cheap I originally thought he was kidding when he gave me the price. Not only was it very affordable and done ahead of schedule, I had an exhaust leak and rather than voiding my warranty and fixing it which would have been a very simple 15 minute fix, they informed me that was covered by a federal warranty and that I should call the dealer. Sure enough they were exactly right and I am now getting the leak fixed for free. Unbelievably honest and good at what they do!!! Both rare qualities to find now a days in car repair! Oh and by the way it is over an hour from my house. Worth every mile I drove! Customer for life!!Thanks Again!!
01/18/2013
By: kendrash
Tire Consultants
This is the best place to go for an HONEST opinion on auto repair. I just had my van inspected by the dealer I bought it from. They wanted to do all kinds of work ($1,000+) Instead of doing the work at the dealer, I took the van to H& F in Ephrata and Darin told me what really needed to be done and what wasn't necessary. Instead of spending $260 to replace the spark plugs - Darin said 'not necessary...they are fine'. Just because the van's manual says replace them right now - doesn't mean it has to be done right now. I could add 3 more examples of how they are honest...I won't take my cars anywhere else. If you find an honest mechanic you stick with him.
09/21/2016
By: Joseph D.
Red Run Exhaust
These honest mechanics know their business. The treat the customer fair,and they have honest prices. I will use them for all my cars in the future.They were recommended by my mechanic at John Hakes Garage in Wrightsville, Pa.
07/11/2012
By: rebecca.smyth.165
Tire Consultants
I already have told many people! These guys are Awesome! Friendly, fast, efficient and most of all Honest!!
10/15/2013
By: Patrick M.
Red Run Exhaust
Customer for life!!!! This business is amazing!!!!
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