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10-28-2012 11:49 AM
nwbronco And I am always available to fellow Jeepers that want to learn more about their rigs.


Bob K.
10-28-2012 11:23 AM
nwapache I drive the 65 miles each way to go to Northridge ...
10-09-2012 10:40 PM
NorthwestTJ Yea, Olympic 4x4 would be closest to you, Im in Bellevue and Im switching to Northridge 4x4 from now on. Olympic's service isnt exactly...the best
10-09-2012 10:30 AM
nwapache No decent off road shops on the Eastside ... Closest for you will be Olympic in snohomish... Good luck
10-04-2012 12:10 AM
Cascadian
Prefered mechanics on the Eastside? Also I have some tech questions.

Anyone have any prefered mechanics on the Eastside, preferably in the Woodinville/Redmond/Kirkland area?

Maybe I'm just imagining things, but I swear the ride feels rougher than it used to since I last went wheeling, as if there's a slight shake in the back end but I can't quite pinpoint it. Hoping it's nothing major since it's a JK Rubicon and I've only taken it off road once. I've already had the tires balanced and rotated so it's not that, and it's not the front end since the alignment is perfect.

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