Precision Fluid Power Inc
1567 Exchange Ave, Oklahoma City, OK, 73108
1536 S Western Ave
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2.Evans Doitbest Hardware
1021 S Douglas Blvd
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I love this hardware store. They have odd items the big box stores don't carry. The store personnel bend over backwards to help most all your needs or can refer you to another business that might ca
3.Evans Enterprises Inc
1536 S Western Ave
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4.Evans Enterprises Inc
6707 N Interstate Dr
Electric Motors-Manufacturers & Distributors
Established in 1954, Evans Enterprises is a provider of electromechanical services and products to various customers. It sells, services and supports different types and sizes of electric motors, gene
5.Evans Enterprises IncServing the Oklahoma City, OK area
Electric MotorsCompressorsElectric Equipment & SuppliesElectric Equipment & Supplies-Wholesale & Manufacturers
* Sales & Service * 24-Hour Service Number 877-303-8267 Your Full Service Electric Motor Repair Facility * New Motors & Controls in Stock Through 300HP * AC & DC Motor Repair Through 15,000 HP * Preci
Air Compressor Supply Inc
3916 S I 35 Service Rd, Oklahoma City, OK, 73129
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