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12-05-2012 08:24 PM
littlethimble Yup I swear by hill side rigs. Jodi has been great. He fixed my fog lights, turn signals, heater, installed my hubby's lift kit. Fixed my frame and fixed my belly pan so I can get it off and on as needed. He's building me a rear bumper with tire carrier and he's gonna switch my sound bar into my cabin for me.
09-25-2012 11:12 AM
Jeepin_Dad Hillside Rigs in the Lititz/Ephrata area. They have done work for a few people in my Club, Jodi and Steve are really goods guys. If you want a reference PM littlethimble(Jeep Wrangler Forum - View Profile: littlethimble). They recently did frame repair on her TJ and installed a lift kit on her husband's Cherokee.

Hill Side Rigs
717-305-0432 or 717-201-1027
09-24-2012 07:53 PM
rfantaz
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Originally Posted by stevenstacey

There is a place up Rt 100 past the trnpk, it's called "the Jeep Shop" google it. They do lifts.
Thanks ,
Did you get work done there?
09-22-2012 09:26 PM
stevenstacey
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Originally Posted by JDeBlois

Nah, I don't. I just know his dad owned a body shop and its still in the family and he decided with his 4x4 club to open a 4x4 offroad and diesel shop somewhere near Downingtown
There is a place up Rt 100 past the trnpk, it's called "the Jeep Shop" google it. They do lifts.
08-30-2012 09:08 PM
JDeBlois
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Originally Posted by rfantaz View Post
Great,
Thanks . Do u know the name of his shop?
Nah, I don't. I just know his dad owned a body shop and its still in the family and he decided with his 4x4 club to open a 4x4 offroad and diesel shop somewhere near Downingtown
08-30-2012 08:55 PM
rfantaz
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Originally Posted by JDeBlois

Got the guy's # for ya.

David Dittbrenner - 610 405-6782
Great,
Thanks . Do u know the name of his shop?
08-30-2012 08:52 PM
JDeBlois
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Originally Posted by rfantaz View Post
Thanks let me know, I am hoping to find a place to do it first, if it doesn't work out, then I will have to go DIY
Got the guy's # for ya.

David Dittbrenner - 610 405-6782
08-30-2012 08:00 PM
rfantaz
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Originally Posted by JDeBlois
If it does become a DIY project, I'd be willing to swing by and lend a hand if you'd want. I've turned a couple wrenches before. Let me know

btw, I think a friend's brother owns a Diesel and 4x4 Offroad shop somewhere in the Downingtown area. I'll talk to her and see if she knows if they'll install lifts.
Thanks let me know, I am hoping to find a place to do it first, if it doesn't work out, then I will have to go DIY
08-30-2012 07:28 PM
JDeBlois If it does become a DIY project, I'd be willing to swing by and lend a hand if you'd want. I've turned a couple wrenches before. Let me know

btw, I think a friend's brother owns a Diesel and 4x4 Offroad shop somewhere in the Downingtown area. I'll talk to her and see if she knows if they'll install lifts.
08-30-2012 06:21 PM
Irongrave IMO its better to buy a few pizzas beer and the tools then to pay some one else to do work on your rig. You don't need a pile of tools to install a lift. for a few hundred dollars you can have almost everything you need. the Pizza beer local friends thing is the way to go in the long run. Remember we all stated some where.
08-30-2012 05:34 PM
rfantaz
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Originally Posted by JDeBlois

Hahaha yupp. Mainline Offroad maybe?
Thanks,
At least you gave me a practical answer
08-30-2012 03:28 PM
JDeBlois
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Originally Posted by kjeeper10
Beer + pizza + local WF = DIY
Hahaha yupp. Mainline Offroad maybe?
08-30-2012 02:47 PM
kjeeper10 Beer + pizza + local WF = DIY
08-30-2012 02:37 PM
rfantaz
Lift Installations

Anyone know of a company of store that can put a lift on my JK. I live in southeast PA outside West Chester.

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