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Old 12-05-2013, 11:03 AM   #1
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Review - The Jeep Shop, Chester Springs

Just put a lift on my '13 JKU and wanted someone to check my work, make some adjustments (i knew my control arms where set right, im bad at that stuff) and do an alignment. Took it over to The Jeep Shop in Chester Springs as they were right down the road.

The shop took two and a half days to get it back to me, they charged me $100 more than i thought was reasonable and after i got it home on a rainy day found my rear diff breather line disconnected at the axel and the front one unclipped from the body and flapping around. The jeep also pulls to the right which maybe is normal for a lift but something I expected the alignment to help with.

I dont mind paying more than expected for something if i feel the quality is there but finding the breather lines like that says to me no attention to detail and now makes me question everything they did. Between the lines, the price and the time, it will be a long time before I consider going back there for what its worth.

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