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Old 10-11-2013, 10:59 AM   #1
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Good Jeep shop in NJ, welding, gears etc

I'm looking for a good jeep shop in the Northern NJ area, but will travel a little ways.

I'm looking to get my C's gusseted/reinforced. The only shop I have heard good things about has been Globex down in Toms River.

Depending how their work is I will also be looking to get a Re-gear, locker and TT install in the near future.

Any other suggestions beyond Globex?

Thanks guys/gals.

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I'm looking for a good jeep shop in the Northern NJ area, but will travel a little ways.

I'm looking to get my C's gusseted/reinforced. The only shop I have heard good things about has been Globex down in Toms River.

Depending how their work is I will also be looking to get a Re-gear, locker and TT install in the near future.

Any other suggestions beyond Globex?

Thanks guys/gals.
If you are up north I would check out OK4WD. They are also a NJJA sponsor.

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Old 10-11-2013, 07:28 PM   #3
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you can also try, AUTOcouture Off-Road in Fair Lawn, never dealt with them, but heard good things. there on jeepforum
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you can also try, AUTOcouture Off-Road in Fair Lawn, never dealt with them, but heard good things. there on jeepforum
I didn't know they had an off road division. I know they specialized in Euros. Might have to check them out as they are very close to my job. Also will scope out OK4WD. I heard they are on the higher end on pricing though. Hopefully their work reflects as such?
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i hear RBM auto repair is good the owner has a lifted jeep and he uses his for what it is build to do give them a try 732 240 6250
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I have to recommend No Excuses in New Egypt. They don't even have to advertise. Did my gears and lift. Sleeves and gussets. All good work.
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Old 10-14-2013, 12:22 PM   #7
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I have to recommend No Excuses in New Egypt. They don't even have to advertise. Did my gears and lift. Sleeves and gussets. All good work.
^^^ Jack does good work, when he's sober anyway.

You could also try OK Auto, 4WD & Tire

While VERY pricey, they do good work.
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I have to recommend No Excuses in New Egypt. They don't even have to advertise. Did my gears and lift. Sleeves and gussets. All good work.
Left my friends Jeep out in the rain without a top on it for 3 months.
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Left my friends Jeep out in the rain without a top on it for 3 months.
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I'm heading over to Globex either this week or next. I need some work done and it seems like this place knows their sh*t.
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you can also try, AUTOcouture Off-Road in Fair Lawn, never dealt with them, but heard good things. there on jeepforum
Jay just installed a bunch of stuff for me -- Metalcloak Lift, AEV front & rear bumpers, AEV tire carrier, RR wheels and Duratracs. Picking it up at his shop tomorrow as a matter of fact. Jay was a pleasure to work with.
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Jay just installed a bunch of stuff for me -- Metalcloak Lift, AEV front & rear bumpers, AEV tire carrier, RR wheels and Duratracs. Picking it up at his shop tomorrow as a matter of fact. Jay was a pleasure to work with.
Please share some photos of the results on this thread. Would luv to see how that looks!
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I didn't know they had an off road division. I know they specialized in Euros. Might have to check them out as they are very close to my job. Also will scope out OK4WD. I heard they are on the higher end on pricing though. Hopefully their work reflects as such?
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