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06-26-2013 10:02 AM
Mckiven Agreed Z-Fab off road is one of the best. I did find out some good news for Rapid the other day. I go in to liberty and pick the brain of Les Bush, great guy and does great work on the JKs. But I overheard that they are bringing in Dan from burnsvilleoffroad. I don't know when but he is going to be running a shop for the dealership. If you haven't seen his work check up on it he created the hemi conversion for the JKs.
05-08-2012 10:12 PM
LittleRedJK I know this thread is a little old but for any of you looking for a good shop on the western side of the state, I can't say enough good things about Todd at Z-Fab Offroad in Rapid City. Best shop in SD!
02-16-2012 08:58 PM
ranger55 Heard nothing but good things about chimney canyon.
01-28-2012 11:11 AM
Wyo Tigger 01 Several years ago they installed saginaw steering on our 1964 CJ5. The time and cost was spot on their quote. No problems with the conversion since then.
11-14-2011 05:19 PM
whytenoise
Looking for a good 4x4 shop in the Black Hills

I'm going to be modifying my '05 Rubi as a result of a deer strike. First start will be front fenders then probably a mild lift. I have one friend that has recommended Chimney Canyon 4x4 on Deadwood avenue, I spoke with them via phone and they seemed decent. Anyone have any other recommendations/opinions?

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