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Recent Mechanic tasks in The Ponds

Fix Boat oil pump

$100

The Ponds NSW 2769, Australia

23rd Oct 2021

2 stroke self mixing 130hp yamaha engine. Primarily oil tank is full. Secondary oil tank in the engine is below minimum. Appears There is no oil pumping from the main tank into the smaller tank in the engine.

Pre purchase mechanic car inspection

$150

Ashfield NSW 2131, Australia

21st Oct 2020

I need a professional car inspection and also preferably a ride to and from the location of the inspection.

I need motorcycle mechanic

$500

The Ponds NSW, Australia

2nd Jul 2020

I'm looking for someone who can service my Kawasaki Vaquero 1700. (2012). Usual service, probably brakes need replacing on rear - and maybe the front.

I need motorcycle mechanic

$150

The Ponds NSW 2769, Australia

23rd Jan 2019

need to service my Suzuki intruder VL250 (30,000k service) and if possible need to replace 2 tyres as well thanks

I need tow bar installation

$500

The Ponds NSW 2769, Australia

25th May 2021

honda hrv 2021 model need tow bar installation for carrying two cycles

Clutch install into 2009 ML Triton 3.2L 4x4

$600

The Ponds NSW, Australia

13th Oct 2020

I need to get a 4terrain clutch kit installed. I’ll supply the clutch kit, but would like quotes for installation (incl. fluids and flywheel machining, etc)

Motorbike Mechanic

$300

The Ponds NSW 2769, Australia

24th Feb 2020

Major service 20,000km on a Yamaha R3

I need mechanic

$20

The Ponds NSW, Australia

29th Nov 2018

Mobile mechanic for wheel alinement and to straighten the. Steering wheel

Need light bar installed

$200

The Ponds NSW, Australia

18th Dec 2021

Light bar installed mainly to a switch if you can provide

Changing oil , filters in a Bmw 320i 2011

$200

The Ponds NSW, Australia

21st Apr 2021

I need a service for my bmw 320i 2011 . Havent serviced it for 10k

I need motorcycle mechanic services

$200

The Ponds NSW, Australia

23rd Sep 2020

Needs a service, Having trouble starting it also. Ducati Diavel

I need mechanic services

$200

The Ponds NSW, Australia

13th Oct 2019

Need to get the alloy wheel rims repaired for all the 4 tyres

Help Changing Brake Pads 96 Camry

$50

The Ponds NSW, Australia

12th Jul 2016

Hi all, I have changed the brake pads on a few cars without too much issue. However, today i was trying to help out my Dad and change the brake pads and rotors on his 1996 Camry and i ran into some issues. The first thing i saw was that the caliper only had a single bolt that could be unfastened. Some research online led me to understand these calipers only need 1 bolt removed and open like a clam shell whilst the the other end is held in place by a pivoting slide pin. This was all good and fine and it opened up nicely like a clamp shell and i was able to slot the new pads in comfortably. However, i ran into issues when i was trying to close the caliper as i simply could not get it to close (and yes i did push the piston all the way back, and it's not rubbing against anything as there is a gap between the piston and pads). I understand these types of calipers can move around at the pivoting slide pin and i was able to move it around to try and get it to fit, but regardless of how much i moved it the pads seemed too thick for the caliper. I must have missed something here and would appreciate any help from a mechanic on here. All i need is assistance getting the caliper back on. Once this is on i can continue the rest of the job myself hence i am not looking for a steep call out fee here and prefer someone who is fairly local.