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Old 02-23-2012, 08:49 AM   #1
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New to Gilbert, AZ ~ Looking for local off roaders to guide me along

Hello, Jim Sanders here. My family and I are brand new to the Gilbert, AZ area. I have a completely restored from the frame up custom 1987 Jeep / Chevy (350 eng w/ 350 B&M trans) Wrangler. I need to have the four wheel drive reinstalled and maybe have the jeep lifted a couple more inches. Does anyone have any suggestions of an affordable place to do this?
Thanks Lovin' AZ

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Old 02-27-2012, 02:13 PM   #2
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There's a place in Mesa called Letz Roll Offroad and in Glendale, Absolute Offroad. If you have the know how and parts you can also use a U-Fix-It center. They provide the facility, vehicle lift and tools.

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I do most my work out of 4wheeler in phoenix. They put in my ARB and have been extremely helpful with all my repair and mod questions. They even sold me a full set of control arms off the wall to help me out when i was in trouble.
Great guys great work and competitive prices.
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