Reed Muffler and Brake.
I just wanted to let everyone know how great these guys are.
I bought a 1993 Chevy pickup out of Idaho, and the muffler system had been really hacked up. The Cat was long gone, it had glass packs with peashooter style pipes, and there was no way it was passing Utah state inspection.
After checking prices at several of the chain muffler shops (just to bring it back to stock), I began to wonder if buying the truck might have been a bad idea.
I stopped at Reed's on a whim because it was on my way home from work. Even though they were pretty busy, they came out and gave my truck a look, and made some recommendations for a 3" Catback system with Flow Master mufflers. I'm thinking these guys know what they're talking about, but how much is this going to cost? They quoted me a price and I had them do the work that day. They were fast, very good and my truck sounds great, as well as passing inspection. Give them a try, you won't be sorry!
Best muffler shop!.
They have been working on all of my cars over the past 7 years, from my wifes honda, my 70 chevelle, to my 2005 GTO, and the work is always first class! I even see Jerry(the owner) at all of the car shows! So for all of you that need work done, this is the place!!!
Best Muffler shop in Weber county.
The guys at Reed's go out of there way to make feel at home, like your in your buddies garage. the place is clean the sevice is outstanding and curtious .I know alot of place say they are the best these guy's really are it's one of those "i know it when I see it things" these guys know what they are doing and it shows in there work you wont be disapointed. I would highly recomend them for any of you car service needs and they do more than just brakes.
Great service at a reasonable price..
Service tech troubleshot my brake problem and had the car ready within hours. Price did not brake the bank. It was nice to find a local owner operated shop, I would recommend this shop to anyone. Shop was clean and well maintained. My only complaint was the difficulty in locating the shop, it was tucked behind a building off 89 on the east side.