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Old 02-22-2013, 04:10 PM   #1
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Is there any kind of offroading type of shop in OK? I've googled it and I keep coming up with damn dealerships and all the regular online stores(Quadratec, 4WD, etc.)

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I'll move your thread to the Oklahoma forum, hopefully you'll get some locals to help with your answer.

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Old 02-22-2013, 06:29 PM   #3
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Is there any kind of offroading type of shop in OK? I've googled it and I keep coming up with damn dealerships and all the regular online stores(Quadratec, 4WD, etc.)
Crazy what part of OK are you located? There's a 4 wheel parts in OKC and one opening soon in Tulsa. There's also SAMs Offroad in Tulsa.
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Old 02-22-2013, 06:32 PM   #4
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Depends where u are? Arkansas has one if your close to the border
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If you're in the Okc area, give Todd or Jerry a call at Custom Off-Road Equipment. They're right off I40/ Meridian, next door to H&H.
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I recently used Sam's out of Tulsa. Great place to do business with

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I'm down in Lawton. The shop that used to be down here is closed from the last time I drove by it. What about wheeling spots? I've usually been an import/small car type of person and was on road(normally, my EVO had about as many miles off road than it did on). There's almost nothing down here but farmers fields, and they want some kind of work done if you go onto it, like hog hunting and such.

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