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Good Diesel school in MI???

Hey guys,

I am look for a good diesel technologies school to possibly go to here in MI and wondered if you guys had any recommendations??

Any help would be greatly appreciated!!

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Re: Good Diesel school in MI???

i have looked a couple of times and your best bet is prolly going to eith UNOH, or another school out of state.

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Re: Good Diesel school in MI???

closest and best one is UNOH... in Lima, OH

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Re: Good Diesel school in MI???

What kind of diesel tech you looking for? Passenger vehicles or OTR trucks? Either way you wont find $hit in MI.
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Re: Good Diesel school in MI???

UNOH in Lima is one of the best around. I have a few buddies that have or are going up there.

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Re: Good Diesel school in MI???

Thanks for all the in put guys!! Appreciate it.

I was afraind the UNOH was only one around... its like a 2 hours drive there. I have heard really good things about it though! I will check it out more

-2003 Ford F-250 Super Duty XLT 6.0L Powerstroke, RC, LB, Delta pro tool box, S&B cold air intake and intake elbow, 3 1/2" downpipe to 4" pipe to 6" mitre cut Grand Rock stacks, EGR delete, EGT, Boost, Trans. Temp., and volt autometer gauges, added cab lights, lots of small stuff, 106,500 miles.

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Re: Good Diesel school in MI???

im currently goin to UNOH and i really like it here, its a great college

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im currently goin to UNOH and i really like it here, its a great college
Thats great to know. I have only heard good things about UNOH. You drive to Lima from KY daily or live in Lima?

How long are their diesel tech. programs? Any requirements to get in? How much do you have to already know to take the diesel program? I know TONS about diesels (the theoretical side, science of diesel engine operation), but dont have much practice at the physical work.

Thanks and good luck

-2003 Ford F-250 Super Duty XLT 6.0L Powerstroke, RC, LB, Delta pro tool box, S&B cold air intake and intake elbow, 3 1/2" downpipe to 4" pipe to 6" mitre cut Grand Rock stacks, EGR delete, EGT, Boost, Trans. Temp., and volt autometer gauges, added cab lights, lots of small stuff, 106,500 miles.

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Re: Good Diesel school in MI???

i live up here in the dorms, i only go back to KY at the end of every session, the diesel program is a year and half long if you only go for a diploma which is what im doing. there is no requirements really to get in and you dont have to know anything to be able to take diesel. you wont have any problems getting into this college.

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i live up here in the dorms, i only go back to KY at the end of every session, the diesel program is a year and half long if you only go for a diploma which is what im doing. there is no requirements really to get in and you dont have to know anything to be able to take diesel. you wont have any problems getting into this college.
Thanks for the info man! I will keep that im mind

-2003 Ford F-250 Super Duty XLT 6.0L Powerstroke, RC, LB, Delta pro tool box, S&B cold air intake and intake elbow, 3 1/2" downpipe to 4" pipe to 6" mitre cut Grand Rock stacks, EGR delete, EGT, Boost, Trans. Temp., and volt autometer gauges, added cab lights, lots of small stuff, 106,500 miles.

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