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12-19-2014 01:41 PM
anavrinIV
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Originally Posted by ChiefJonesey View Post
Yeah man no problem, my name is Hayden.
I ended up getting them elsewhere (wasn't exactly sure where the oreillys was and missed the turn) but I'll drop in sometime to say hi. I do need to pick up oil...
12-18-2014 05:51 PM
ChiefJonesey
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Originally Posted by anavrinIV View Post
I pass that every day on my way to and from work. Maybe I'll stop in this afternoon, I need some gaskets anyway.
Yeah man no problem, my name is Hayden.
12-18-2014 02:45 PM
anavrinIV
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Originally Posted by ChiefJonesey View Post
I have extensive experience on my '99 wrangler. They can't be that different, not to take away from the guy who posted before me at all, most brake systems are the same. If you're in garner I work at the O'Reilly's there on Olympia Dr. I don't have my tools one me, if you're looking it to get done today. But I'm always more than happy to help a Jeeper out!
I pass that every day on my way to and from work. Maybe I'll stop in this afternoon, I need some gaskets anyway.
12-18-2014 01:55 PM
ChiefJonesey
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Originally Posted by jaygoon View Post
hey friends. Long time lurker, first time poster... Can anyone here install front brake pads for me? I dont have the tools to do it, expecially not a floor jack or the tool to reset the caliper. I'll obviously pay you and from what I've been reading, should take a hour? You just tell me what I need to buy besides the pads (cleaner, grease etc). I'm going to hire a mobile mechanic if not, but prefer someone who knows Jeeps. Its a 2011 Wrangler Sport with 33s. Thanks,
I have extensive experience on my '99 wrangler. They can't be that different, not to take away from the guy who posted before me at all, most brake systems are the same. If you're in garner I work at the O'Reilly's there on Olympia Dr. I don't have my tools one me, if you're looking it to get done today. But I'm always more than happy to help a Jeeper out!
12-17-2014 08:31 PM
WesterM3 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VAX1ZUQPqZ0
12-17-2014 07:00 PM
WesterM3 More pics!
12-17-2014 02:27 PM
anavrinIV
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Originally Posted by jaygoon View Post
hey friends. Long time lurker, first time poster...
Can anyone here install front brake pads for me? I dont have the tools to do it, expecially not a floor jack or the tool to reset the caliper.
I'll obviously pay you and from what I've been reading, should take a hour?
You just tell me what I need to buy besides the pads (cleaner, grease etc).
I'm going to hire a mobile mechanic if not, but prefer someone who knows Jeeps.
Its a 2011 Wrangler Sport with 33s.
Thanks,
I don't know jeeps in particular but I can pull off a brake job. Just need pads, rotors, and extra fluid just in case.
12-17-2014 08:24 AM
eton Badass.....
12-16-2014 10:42 PM
WesterM3 Spyderlock beadlocks on!
12-16-2014 10:56 AM
jaygoon hey friends. Long time lurker, first time poster...
Can anyone here install front brake pads for me? I dont have the tools to do it, expecially not a floor jack or the tool to reset the caliper.
I'll obviously pay you and from what I've been reading, should take a hour?
You just tell me what I need to buy besides the pads (cleaner, grease etc).
I'm going to hire a mobile mechanic if not, but prefer someone who knows Jeeps.
Its a 2011 Wrangler Sport with 33s.
Thanks,
12-14-2014 11:48 AM
adamfitz Anyone have a tow truck? Long shot but why not ask can pay in beer and money
12-10-2014 09:55 PM
Mammoth919
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Originally Posted by 10cent View Post
Im in north Raleigh near 540 and Six Forks.
that ain't far from me....jeeper beer night!
12-10-2014 09:52 PM
10cent Im in north Raleigh near 540 and Six Forks.
12-10-2014 02:06 PM
drspec
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Originally Posted by 10cent View Post
If anyone is interested I've got a 3 month old AEV ProCal (unlocked) available. I've listed it on Craigslist for $100 but I'll let it go to a forum member for $80.
Where are you located? I may be interested
12-10-2014 01:22 PM
10cent If anyone is interested I've got a 3 month old AEV ProCal (unlocked) available. I've listed it on Craigslist for $100 but I'll let it go to a forum member for $80.
12-10-2014 08:00 AM
Mammoth919
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Originally Posted by WesterM3 View Post
They got out of powder coating yesterday so should ship out today or tomorrow, so should have them next week. Hopefully I'll have them on by Christmas, and also get on my 50in LED bar!
gonna look sick! Happy for ya man, seems like you work hard for what ya got. That's what matters most man!
12-10-2014 07:08 AM
WesterM3
Spyderlocks

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Originally Posted by Mammoth919 View Post
And thats a good vouch, considering the work done on your rig...btw did you get your spyderlocks on?
They got out of powder coating yesterday so should ship out today or tomorrow, so should have them next week. Hopefully I'll have them on by Christmas, and also get on my 50in LED bar!
12-10-2014 12:10 AM
Mammoth919
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Originally Posted by WesterM3 View Post
4wp and Down East Offroad have worked on my rig, I'll vouch for both.
And thats a good vouch, considering the work done on your rig...btw did you get your spyderlocks on?
12-09-2014 08:04 PM
WesterM3 4wp and Down East Offroad have worked on my rig, I'll vouch for both.
12-08-2014 09:16 AM
Stevenkrans Local sale...set of 4 33x12.5x15 Mickey Thompson BAJA tires mounted on NEW Pro Comp 15x8 Street Bead (3.75 backspacing). 5x4.5 lug pattern...need $800 for both or $500 for tires alone. Beautiful setup for at TJ!
12-04-2014 08:13 AM
eton I live in ILM and haven't found anywhere...I've heard of some spots off of 421 but they're private property and it sounds like it gets policed ...... So I just usually end up at the beach....
12-03-2014 11:05 PM
ffmattdvpt Any places around Wilmington anyone's knows of?
12-03-2014 08:10 AM
ChiefJonesey I deliver parts for O'Reilly's in garner and Super Trucks is one of our customers. They do really good work, they just finished putting 1 tons, a big ass lift and 40's on a JKUR. I don't know who for, but they have money that's for sure (customer). I'd stay away from Down East, I'm from Wilson and they have a terrible rep there. Told my uncle he had a 4" lift (he had an 8" they brought down to a 6", PO screwed up) and that he had non adjustable CA's, which he totally had adjustable ones. They also did a few vehicles for a dealership there and the trucks were apparently crabbing while going straight down the road.
11-30-2014 06:05 PM
ESP
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Originally Posted by carvebeast View Post
just sent him one, thanks ESP
11-30-2014 11:26 AM
carvebeast
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Originally Posted by ESP View Post
DJstorm on here does lift installs and is fantastic. Give em a shout via PM.
just sent him one, thanks ESP
11-29-2014 06:36 PM
ESP DJstorm on here does lift installs and is fantastic. Give em a shout via PM.
11-29-2014 11:14 AM
drspec Ive never used them but I hear good things about Icon Offroad in Erwin
11-29-2014 10:59 AM
gel04tj
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Originally Posted by carvebeast View Post
thanks guys. i will call and see if i can get some quotes on install.
May be a little out of the way but Down East Off Road in Wilson has a good rep. & did a lot of work on a friend of mines 2 Jeeps.
11-29-2014 09:46 AM
carvebeast thanks guys. i will call and see if i can get some quotes on install.
11-29-2014 06:43 AM
johnwj 4wp wanted $700 to install a $700 rubicon express 2.5 kit. No thanks. It is also my understanding that they won't do custom work. Not sure if putting an aev kit on is considered custom but I got the impression if they don't sell it, they don't install it.

There is a place on south Saunders st called super trucks. Big ass trick out front, never did business with them (found my wheels cheaper elsewhere) but they may install that
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