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Old 07-05-2014, 04:05 PM   #1
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Welding in Morrison

Hi all. Sorry my first post on the forum is with a problem but it is. My Jeep is a 97 Wrangler. I've torn the upper rear control arm mount on the drivers side completely loose from the axle. I have a Hobart 135 that I hobby shop with but my skills aren't up to welding it back on. I think the welder is but you may tell me different. If you have the skill and live near Simms and Quincy I could remove in advance anything you thought might help if we could work something out. Otherwise I'd like input on Tru Automotive Fabrication in Englewood. Thanks

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