It has been a long while since I used Terry?s to replace a master cylinder on my 98 Chevy Z71. I always do my own work on the truck but had used them once before to replace a fuel cell because I don?t have the facilities to drain the tank and that turned out ok however I did later learn that I was gauged on the price. Since I was really crunched for time and needed it fixed I took it back to Terry?s. BIG MISTAKE. When I got the truck back, the brake pedal went straight to the floor. I called in and was told ?well, you know how those Chevy brakes are? yuk yuk yuk. Not accepting of the answer, I brought it back and they reported that they had to bleed the brakes? and in order to do so replace the bleed skrews on the front calipers because they were old and rusty. My question was how do you replace a master cylinder and not bleed the brakes after the job as evidenced by the remaining old and rusty bleed skrews? OR, they were never blead in the first place. Either way, it was a shady response which obviously didn?t add up. If you had blead them before, you would have replaced the skrew to do so. And when I picked my truck up for the second time, the pedal whet straight to the floor. The issue was never resolved, nor the job done right. I didn?t bother going back. Now for the kicker, we all know brake fluid is corrosive to paint and clear coat. And for my troubles, on the hood of my bright red 98 Z71, was an nice line of corrosion in my paint where some brake fluid had obviously been dropped and run down the hood. Not saying it was intentional, but still. True story folks?