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04-21-2011 02:43 PM
2003x I use Steve's Jeep Country off road shop in Epsom NH. I have had very good service from them and the prices are very fair. They are doing my Long Arm next week. I have herd good things about Elias and Doms auto and jeep in NH.

http://www.stevesjeepcountry.com/

http://www.domenicsautoandjeep.com/
01-28-2011 06:48 PM
GREEN-MACHINE this place did all my work, only guy's i would trust, came highly recommend from all the members in new england jeep club.Elias 4 Wheel Drive Center
01-28-2011 05:43 PM
fess_22 Thanks guys...I will look into and check it out.

Brandon, I looked up drivers side they look real good. I need a remote starter in my truck too so I'll be calling them..If it ever stops snowing because I own a plowing co and cant find anytime to get anything done....

Thanks again, take care.
01-28-2011 12:25 AM
brandonboard22 Drivers side in plainville, ma
They do tons and tons of jeep lifts, electronics installs, etc.
They're a great group of guys, and really know how to do a good job. They'll even show you some work they've done to their own trucks and jeeps.

Ask for Evan and tell him Brandon sent you, he'll give you a great deal,

-Brandon
01-26-2011 07:40 PM
InfernoGirl Just look at the tag on the rear diff to find the gearing.
01-26-2011 07:23 PM
RubiconRich I would go to your Jeep dealer with your vin # and find out what gears you are running before I did anything.
01-26-2011 05:32 PM
pakman55 Oh and welcome to the Forum
01-26-2011 05:31 PM
pakman55 Plaistow Auto Sales in Plaistow NH is an offroad shop. Dave will do the lift.
People have done the switch, but its difficult.
01-26-2011 04:28 PM
fess_22
Custom work

Hi Everyone,

I got my 2006 Red Jeep Wrangler last year and now I want to start customizing it.

I have two questions and hopefully you guys can help:

1) Does anyone know anyone local in MA preferrably North Shore that can do a 2" suspension lift?

2) Would it make sense (and can it be done) to switch my manual 5 speed to an automatic?

I use my jeep for plowing and it has been great but my guys have blew thru 2 clutches.

Thoughts???

Thanks,
Scott
Lynn, MA

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