Need a competent shop to face my disk brake mount
I've been tolerating the incessant rubbing of my front brake for months now on my newest bike. It is equiped with Magura Julies--hydraulic disks for those that aren't familiar. Anyway, the tabs on the front fork position the brake caliper too far inboard. In other words, shims aren't going to solve the problem rather material needs to be carefully removed from the fork mount to center the caliper over the disk. I've tried all the quick fixes like removing paint from the fork mount and "reseting" the caliper (per Magura's instruction) by holding the disk in place while an assistant squeezes the brake lever. But none of these techniques solve the problem for long.
I'm practically car free and all of the LBS are not equiped with the tools/skills to perform this surgery on my fork. Thus far I've been unwilling to make a several hundred mile trip to fix this aggrevating problem. My question is could I mail the front wheel and fork and brake to a shop that someone on this forum knew that could do the job correctly? Do I absolutely need to bring in the entire bike to get this corrected? Am I just better off getting a mechanical with more adjustments? Is a new, different brand of fork likely to solve the problem?