Looking for reputable A&P in IL or Wi
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I have a PA28-140 and am looking for a good A&P for annuals/maintenance that has some good experience with my make/model. 

Thank you in advance!
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AOPA receives this type of request on a regular basis. The problem with providing a direct answer is that there is no unique, searchable database of A&P mechanics. And if there was, it would be their last reported address and not their work address, if they even work as mechanics, and no phone numbers or email addresses. The best resource AOPA has is the online airport directory -  https://www.aopa.org/destinations/  In it, you can search for maintenance facilities on specific airports; as close as you will come to finding an A&P. Some other options include word of mouth-good for local recommendations. Manufacturer service facilities-good for aircraft still in production. Type clubs-good resource for aircraft out of production. You could also ask on this PIC message board like you did; it's hit or miss, but you may get a reply from an A&P directly.
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Daddis At AOPA:
Type clubs-good resource for aircraft out of production. 

Like these guys?

https://piperowner.org/

Although type clubs are excellent resources even for aircraft still in production.

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Thank you Ronald! 
Ronald Levy:
Daddis At AOPA:
Type clubs-good resource for aircraft out of production. 

Like these guys?

https://piperowner.org/

Although type clubs are excellent resources even for aircraft still in production.

 

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THANK YOU
 
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I am an A&P at Synergy Flight Center in Bloomington Illinois  (KBMI).
We maintain a fleet for a local flying club consisting of a PA28-161, 2 PA28-236's and a PA28R-200.
Feel free to contact us if we can be of assistance.