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Class A - Diesel
Repair was replace one rocker arm and push rod, had an overhead done while we were in there.
Evaluation of Service Performed:
They had a rookie mechanic do the repair, I kept track of the time he put in and also had the opportunity to observe most of the work. Fiddle fart is an apt
description of the speed of his work, I've had an overhead done on a Cummins prior that took the fellow under an hour, this guy drug it out for 5 hours,
understandable there is a Jake on this one which takes a bit longer. When the bill was presented it was for 1300 US dollars, 150 in parts, 60 for diagnostic,
remainder labor. Now, an overhead is typically 4-500 for an ISL Cummins and 95% of the labor involved in an overhead overlaps a rocker arm replacement,
they attempted to charge for both repairs without the overlap, total hours he "worked" 9.5, total BS.