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Old 09-07-2011, 01:32 PM   #1
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Thumbs up Big thumbs up to SAVVY

been waiting two weeks and they finally came today...all i gotta say is these things are pure beef and cant wait to get them in jeep...i placed my order on the web site and a few hours later a got a email from savvvy for a purchase adjustment, for some reason i got a nice discount with no explanation...the savvy uppers and currie lowers are top notch and was well worth the money....

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Wow those look sick!

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Old 09-07-2011, 02:31 PM   #3
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Congrats, you won't be disappointed. Savvy is an excellent company to do business with in terms of both products and customer service.
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Old 09-07-2011, 02:34 PM   #4
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those look awesome
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Old 09-07-2011, 05:52 PM   #5
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Congrats! Those look really nice! I wonder if Savvy will make something similar with steel uppers for those of us that aren't into aluminum (except for rims) under our rigs? When are you going to get them installed? Are you going to do it yourself or have a shop do it?
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Old 09-07-2011, 07:25 PM   #6
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Nice man. What did you end up paying for all 8, if you don't mind me asking. I'm saving for a full set myself
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Old 09-07-2011, 07:36 PM   #7
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Congrats man!!! I just did same thing and ordered Clayton off road short arm kit mainly because he is 45 minutes from my house so I supported local, and shipping is next day for free bucks haha

Let us know how install goes and don't forget more pictures
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Old 09-07-2011, 07:39 PM   #8
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SWEET!!! You won't find a company that surpasses Savvy in their customer service and just simply having the mindset that they will always do the right thing for their customers.
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Old 09-07-2011, 10:12 PM   #9
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I totally agree...their customer service is excellent!
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Old 09-08-2011, 01:16 AM   #10
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Congrats on those. You're right, they are beefy. I don't mean to hijack you're thread, but I had Blaine install those with the 4" SC lift, plus a whole bunch of other stuff this week and last week. I've "helped" him a few days last week and then this week. I will say that it was an honor to watch him work and pick his brain while I was there getting in his way. If you have any questions about the install, call him or PM him. He's very helpful and patient. Good luck and I'll post some picks of mine when I get er home.
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Old 09-08-2011, 12:07 PM   #11
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Nice man. What did you end up paying for all 8, if you don't mind me asking. I'm saving for a full set myself
with the jj kit for front axle and shipping was $1100
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Congrats! Those look really nice! I wonder if Savvy will make something similar with steel uppers for those of us that aren't into aluminum (except for rims) under our rigs? When are you going to get them installed? Are you going to do it yourself or have a shop do it?
gonna start this weekend,me and a buddy are gonna do all the work, im also doing a hp dana 30 swap and a jks rear track bar (which just came 5 mins ago) also got a ton of little stuff to do like front axle u jouints,front drive shaft rebuild,ball joints,brakes,radiator..also buying 5 new 35s, bfg km2s next week..
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Their products are awesome, but i tried calling them and left a message and was never called back. I understand they are busy but that made me not want to call back and ask them what i needed to ask.
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Just keep in mind it's not a huge corporation with people just waiting to take your calls. These guys not only run the business, but are out there themselves promoting and testing their products. Call/email again, you'll get them and you won't regret it.
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Their products are awesome, but i tried calling them and left a message and was never called back. I understand they are busy but that made me not want to call back and ask them what i needed to ask.
Sorry about that, but, don't feel left out, Gerald doesn't call me back either. If he doesn't answer, keep trying until he does. He gets 100's of phone calls a day and about that many emails, so if you're expecting a call back, the odds are not great it will happen. He's running two companies, building a race rig for KOH, all the shipping for Savvy, and then taking care of his other company in his spare time. Not to mention that we have Offroad Expo coming up and he's getting ready for that.

Does any of that make it right or better? Nope, not in the least, but at least now you know why you didn't get a call back.
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Sorry about that, but, don't feel left out, Gerald doesn't call me back either. If he doesn't answer, keep trying until he does. He gets 100's of phone calls a day and about that many emails, so if you're expecting a call back, the odds are not great it will happen. He's running two companies, building a race rig for KOH, all the shipping for Savvy, and then taking care of his other company in his spare time. Not to mention that we have Offroad Expo coming up and he's getting ready for that.

Does any of that make it right or better? Nope, not in the least, but at least now you know why you didn't get a call back.
Well i appreciate the reply, and i.understand completely. About any company here in the US that makes hand made Jeep parts are the same!

I just need to know if the aluminum tailgate armor without vent will go onto my 2000 with limited issues. It says 97-02, but then says 03-06. Confused, lol.
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gonna start this weekend,me and a buddy are gonna do all the work, im also doing a hp dana 30 swap and a jks rear track bar (which just came 5 mins ago) also got a ton of little stuff to do like front axle u jouints,front drive shaft rebuild,ball joints,brakes,radiator..also buying 5 new 35s, bfg km2s next week..
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Here is a picture of mine with their 4" lift, UA, GTS, and a bunch more stuff Blaine did. It rides fantastic.
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