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Old 06-19-2013, 07:42 AM   #1
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Reputable re-gear shop

Looking to re-gear my TJ. Anyone know of any reputable shops here in WV?

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Old 06-19-2013, 12:05 PM   #2
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mountaineer 4x4 in barboursville

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Do you have any experience with them? I read a review online that was not the greatest.

However I will not let one review make my decision.
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Old 06-21-2013, 12:00 PM   #4
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Yeah, they have done a little work for me, not a regear though. I have heard nothing but good things, and I work with a bunch of gear heads. Very knowledgeable staff and its always full of customers, most of them repeaters.

Check it out.
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Do you have any experience with them? I read a review online that was not the greatest.

However I will not let one review make my decision.
They did my re-gear. No problems other than they thought I was crazy for re-gearing with 1100 miles on my JK.
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They did my re-gear. No problems other than they thought I was crazy for re-gearing with 1100 miles on my JK.
Cool. Thanks for the reply.
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pull the trigger yet?
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No, not yet. Still saving up
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Are they a dealer or do you have to buy your own setup and have them put it in
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Old 07-30-2013, 03:11 PM   #10
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Are they a dealer or do you have to buy your own setup and have them put it in
They will order it. I honestly would not do it any other way. If something goes wrong after the install and you supplied the parts, they could blame the parts you supplied and not warranty the work.
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I'm hopefully moving to bolivar in September. I have had all of my big mods dine in Leesburg at dulles. They are a dealer, but their shop mechs are really good. I always ask for the mech to do the work by name (depending on what it is), and have never been disappointed. Both of the mechs I use there are jeep owners and really seem to know the platform really well.

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