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Old 12-13-2013, 11:08 AM   #1
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Has anyone done any business with Get it Up Offroad in Belton? I want to eventually regear my jeep and want to have confidence in shop I take it to. That one is right on the highway so I know about it but don't really know anything about the quality of work. Anyone have any other recommendations for shops in Central Texas? I'm in Salado so anywhere from Austin to Waco would be ideal.

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Old 12-30-2013, 08:04 PM   #2
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If you are willing to go to austin, give jeep masters a call. For something as specific to jeeps as regearing, that's where I would head. I wouldn't use them for general maintenance things as they are pricey for those services. The owners are cool and take rides group rides out in the hill country as well.

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Old 12-31-2013, 07:08 AM   #3
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Has anyone done any business with Get it Up Offroad in Belton? I want to eventually regear my jeep and want to have confidence in shop I take it to. That one is right on the highway so I know about it but don't really know anything about the quality of work. Anyone have any other recommendations for shops in Central Texas? I'm in Salado so anywhere from Austin to Waco would be ideal.

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Just a thought...if you aren't in a hurry, have you considered doing the gears yourself?

Your local Jeep group probably has someone with the tools and expertise to help. There are groups in Austin and Killeen, so you might try joining them and meeting some people. Gear swaps are expensive at a shop. But they really aren't that complicated if you have the tools and someone experienced to help.
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Full Flex Customs. They are in Spring TX. So a little bit more of a drive but damn they're awesome and very very trustworthy. Used to go to a place called Four Wheel Parts. They just care about money and business. These guys at Full Flex care about you and your off-road baby. Ask for Mike
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