Wrenching Weasel, LLC
6 years in businessN1079 21st Ct
Neshkoro, WI 54960-7318
- (920) 785-4788
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Type of EntityLimited Liability Company
- Mrs. Sheila Lehman, Owner
- Mr. Robert D. Lehman, Owner
- Auto Repair & Service
- Engines - Diesel
- Engines - Gas
- Starters - Engine
- Brake Fluids
- Tire Dealers
- Alternators & Generators - Auto Repair
- Auto Diagnostic Service
- Auto Repair & Service - Diesel
- Auto Repairing - Foreign
- Auto Repair - Suspension
- Auto Repair - Steering & Suspension
- Auto Repair - Shocks
- Auto Repair - Tune-Up
- Auto Repair - Power Steering
- Auto Repair - Maintenance
- Brake Service
- Consultants - Auto Repair
- Engines - Fuel Injection Service & Parts
- Engines - Rebuild & Exchange
- Lawn Mowers - Sharpen & Repair
- Mufflers & Exhaust Systems
- Recreational Vehicles - Repair & Service
- Tire Retread & Repair
- Tire Repair
- Towing - Automotive
- Transmissions - Automobile
- Transmissions - Truck, Tractor
- Tractor Repair & Service
- Trailers - Truck
- Wheel Align, Frame & Axle Service Equipment & Supplies
- NAICS: General Automotive Repair
- Small Engine Repair
- Four Wheel Drive Vehicles - Repair & Service
Alternate Business Names
- Wrenching Weasel
Licensing, Bonding or RegistrationThis business is in an industry that may require professional licensing, bonding or registration. BBB encourages you to check with the appropriate agency to be certain any requirements are currently being met.
This company offers automotive repair and maintenance. Services include, but are not limited to: axles, brakes, clutches, batteries, diagnostics, engine repair, and diesel repair, custom exhaust systems, heating & air conditioning, small engine repair, steering, suspension, transmissions, tires, radiators, four wheel drive systems, trailer repair, custom hydraulic hoses and towing.
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