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Old 05-22-2013, 07:19 AM   #1
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Looking for a good Boston area Wrangler shop to help upgrade a new jeep

I'm ordering a new Wrangler and I'd like to get tires somewhere between 33"-35" and the associated modifications necessary to have it all work correctly. No rubbing, speedometer calibrated, tires fully within wheel wells, reasonable amount of lift, etc.

Although I understand the basics of what I'm looking to do, this site overwhelms me with details, vendors, options and the like. I really need someone to guide me and help me pick the right options that I won't regret.

I've seen many mentions of Elias 4WD in Northern MA. However they are several hours away and only open Monday through Thursday. (how does a business stay open with those hours :-) )

Does anyone have any recommendations for a local shop that can provide all that guidance and also do the work to order & install it all? Preferably somewhere within an hour of Boston?

Thanks in advance,
Matt

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Old 05-22-2013, 09:07 AM   #2
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I would look for a dealer that will not void your warranty when modding

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I would look for a dealer that will not void your warranty when modding
Modding yourself cannot void a warranty. It'll only void the warranty on the parts you modify. A dealer or shop may provide their own separate warranty, but those parts affected by the mod will no longer be covered by the Chrysler warranty. This is because they won't cover parts that aren't theirs or that are broken by parts that aren't theirs. Like if a lift Increases the pinion angle too much and kills the driveshaft, they won't cover that under the Chrysler warranty
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Elias gets great reviews. I used Truck Guys in Weymouth for a lift and shocks install. Very happy with their work. Ask for Mike he knows what he's talking about. Good Luck.
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