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  • Farmer's repair

  • 5 out of 5 stars 1 Review
  • 10137 NW Indianola Rd , Whitewater, KS 67154, us
  • Farmer's repair was named very early in its existence. Repairing farm equipment is where they started. Now, in my humble opinion, they are the best, most honest transmission shop in the area. Even the Wichita Mercedes dealer sends work to Farmer's repair. They are good, and far cheaper than any dealer. I have recommended Farmer's repair to so many friends and customers of my own that I have long since lost count. I have taken many of my own cars to Steve and his crew over about 25 years. At least five of them had had their transmissions condemned by other shops. Farmer's Repair either fixed them for me for FAR LESS than the cost of an overhaul, or they told me how to fix them myself. Great shop, not little anymore. Take your tranny to them. You will not be sorry. www.farmersrepair.com

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They are always honest (5.00)Wrenchs
They are competent (5.00)Wrenchs
Their repair price is reasonable (5.00)Wrenchs
They complete the work in a timely manner (4.00)Wrenchs
They respond well when they screw something up (N/A)
They take the time to explain the problems and necessary repairs (4.00)Wrenchs
They treat male and female customers in the same manner (N/A)
I would use this mechanic again (5.00)Wrenchs
I would recommend this mechanic to others (5.00)Wrenchs

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They fix the problem the first time (5.00)Wrenchs
The shop is located in a safe neighborhood (5.00)Wrenchs
The hours of operation are convenient for customers (4.00)Wrenchs
They are near public transportation (or provide loaners, shuttle bus, rides as needed) (2.00)Wrenchs
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