|195 North Avenue Webster, NY 14580|
|Hours (as of March 2012)|
|Monday - Friday: 8:00AM to 5:00PM|
|Saturday: 9:00AM to 12:00PM|
|585 872 2320|
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2012-03-05 13:25:34 This is a reprint of a review I posted on Yelp:
I have 2 tales about these thieves:
1st, about 2 years ago, I had a Honda push mower that kept stalling when warm and under load. I could get it to run (but not well) by partially engaging the choke. This tells ANYBODY that the fuel/air mixture is lean. Assuming it was an internal carb problem, I took it to them because they were close to where I worked at the time. I get the mower back a couple of days later-they tell me that it was a faulty gas filler cap-charged me $75 for it, and never even looked elsewhere (I know-I put nail polish on all the screws on the engine-none were broken open). Oh, they also ran my full gas tank dry, as well. Of course, the NEXT DAY, the mower crapped out on me, and I took it to a more reputable shop. They told me that my carb was very gunked-up, and they charged me $75 for a thorough cleaning. Of course, I complained to Precision, and they just refunded me $30 for labor, still charging me $45 for the cap I didn't need. In the end, they charged $30 to simply start my mower, and walk away, leaving it to run for probably 4 hours.
Well, last week, I thought I needed a starter for a Tecumseh 2-stroke snow-blower. Brighton mower wanted $135, but I called around to see if I could get it cheaper. Precision is a Tecumseh authorized dealer, so, I just decided to see if they could sell it cheaper. Would you believe they wanted $250 for the same starter? What a bunch of thieves!
So, if you go to Precision, I can't guarantee that they'll be able to fix your device (or even that they'll try to), but I CAN guarantee you that they'll charge you an exorbitant amount of money, regardless. —Alex-C