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Old 04-11-2013, 11:13 AM   #1
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Shop recommendations please

Hey guys so I have a CJ-7 which needs some metal work and potentially painting done. Also needs some roll cage fabrication. If you guys know anybody with good prices that you trust or who does good work please let me know. I am in Simsbury, CT but I can travel obviously. If you have seen my thread it outlines in the second post via pictures on what needs work. I really appreciate it!

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Old 12-18-2014, 05:32 PM   #3
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Valley Off Road in Ellington. Not sure if they do paint work but definitely for the roll cage. They may work with a body shop for the other aspects of your job. They host the Great American Jeep Rally each year and do some amazing work.
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Valley Off Road in Ellington. Not sure if they do paint work but definitely for the roll cage. They may work with a body shop for the other aspects of your job. They host the Great American Jeep Rally each year and do some amazing work.
Do they charge fair prices? I'm thinking of getting a lift sometime next year and am also looking for shops to check out.
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Old 12-19-2014, 02:01 PM   #5
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They are fair on pricing, you get what you pay for. As for lifts, install it yourself. You get to learn a lot about your vehicle and it helps in case you have to make a trail side fix. I belong to a club and we help each other on wrenching days. We have installed 3 lifts in my garage so far and many other repairs. Check out "East Coast Offroad Jeepers of Connecticut" on facebook.
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