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03-15-2013 10:38 AM
sjchoueiry
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Originally Posted by en1ma View Post
Anything mid L.A between Downtown and Santa Monica?
I use 4wheelparts in Redondo. I do all my work there. They are close by and I am very happy with their service. Ask for Nick the shop manager. few times I had things changed because of carnage on the trails. The work was done, no questions asked and not a penny out of my pocket.
Joe.
03-15-2013 08:57 AM
en1ma Anything mid L.A between Downtown and Santa Monica?
03-14-2013 01:34 AM
castman2
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Originally Posted by yomondo View Post
Dude! Where ya been? I haven't seen you post up here in a long time. I was talking about you last weekend when we were up at Miller Jeep Trail climbing up your "overheat hill".

en1ma, sorry for jacking your thread for a minute to say hi to an old friend. There's a 4WheelParts in Van Nuys that I've heard mixed reviews about. I've also heard mixed reviews about Off-Road Unlimited in Burbank. There's also Four X Doctor in Burbank, that has some positive reviews. You'll hear nothing but praise here for JPi in Yucaipa if you're willing to drive that far to take your Jeep to someone you know you can trust. You can also post up for an install party, and for the price of some pizza and beer, you can get your stuff installed, meet a bunch of great Jeep peeps, and learn a lot about your Jeep in the process.
Stay clear of the 4Wheel parts guys for service. I had some shady service and dealings with them. Ok to get the parts there but get them installed by someone else. You maybe sorry. Just my opinion.
03-14-2013 12:15 AM
jdwallsy
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Originally Posted by DaK View Post
Check out the boys over at Rebel Off Road. They do all my work and have been very happy with their service.

As for the lift and tires. If this is your first jeep, wheel it for awhile. Guys on here are pretty good about letting you know what trails you can and can't go on with stock rigs. Hopefully you are considering the Rubicon as it is the most capable out of the box and will get you further in stock form.

Based on my wheeling experience out here the first mods I would make to a jeep is rock rails. Start off with ACE, nice entry level price, good product and will get you through anything out here without scuffin your purdy new doors. And you can bolt them on yourself, even over the Rubi rails. Both together provide great protection.
Thanks DaK and Gunner - I will look into those shops and the ACE rails.

Yes, first jeep, six years waiting, will be a Rubicon, DD for 3-5 years.
Thinking about a modest 2.5" lift if I even do a lift
03-13-2013 06:23 AM
DaK Check out the boys over at Rebel Off Road. They do all my work and have been very happy with their service.

As for the lift and tires. If this is your first jeep, wheel it for awhile. Guys on here are pretty good about letting you know what trails you can and can't go on with stock rigs. Hopefully you are considering the Rubicon as it is the most capable out of the box and will get you further in stock form.

Based on my wheeling experience out here the first mods I would make to a jeep is rock rails. Start off with ACE, nice entry level price, good product and will get you through anything out here without scuffin your purdy new doors. And you can bolt them on yourself, even over the Rubi rails. Both together provide great protection.
03-13-2013 01:29 AM
Gunner Check out JPI's thread. The other thing is they Jeep with us so if it's bad they gotta hear about it. Don't think they ever had to hear about it yet.
http://www.wranglerforum.com/f123/je...ml#post3496114
03-13-2013 01:03 AM
jdwallsy
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Originally Posted by en1ma View Post
I'm about to purchase a 13' unlimited.

I know I want a few things already.

1) A 2" cosmetic lift
2) Wheels/Tires

I'm in West L.A. Is there a shop that I can trust near by to be fair with prices and pretty knowledgable?
I'm also taking delivery soon and would love to hear more reviews if you've got 'em for LA shops. I've heard mixed reviews on 4wheelparts in El Segundo but they are close. Just came across OC Motorsports but afraid they could be expensive because they do a lot of dealer mods. Would also like to do some things myself but with two little guys and a wife already sensitive to my driving, I am leaning toward a pro install for the lift to make sure it is done safe and right
10-24-2012 06:08 PM
en1ma Thank you. Maybe you've been one of the Jeep's I've seen to convince me to go this direction. Thanks sir!
10-24-2012 02:44 PM
sjchoueiry
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Originally Posted by en1ma
I'm about to purchase a 13' unlimited.

I know I want a few things already.

1) A 2" cosmetic lift
2) Wheels/Tires

I'm in West L.A. Is there a shop that I can trust near by to be fair with prices and pretty knowledgable?
Hey,
I am also in west LA. I have a 2012 wrangler. I did all my upgrades at 4wheelparts in El-Segundo.
I put a 4" lift short arm, 35" tires+wheels, front bumper with winch, regear from 3.21 to 4.88.
I'm very happy with the work and the performance.
10-24-2012 02:29 PM
yomondo
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Originally Posted by en1ma View Post
I actually *really* want to learn how to work on some cars. It seems like a Wrangler is a good car to work with as a beginner. Am I right on that?
Jeeps are way easier and more fun to work on than most cars. It's like Legos for adults. And BTW, if I don't tell you, someone else will, so it may as well be me.....don't call your Jeep a car. It's a Jeep.

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Originally Posted by en1ma View Post
You live in Burbank and drive all the way out to Yucaipa?
JPi hasn't done any work on my Jeep (I do most of it myself), but I've been out there to visit. Good guys there.
10-24-2012 12:16 PM
en1ma
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Originally Posted by yomondo View Post
Dude! Where ya been? I haven't seen you post up here in a long time. I was talking about you last weekend when we were up at Miller Jeep Trail climbing up your "overheat hill".

en1ma, sorry for jacking your thread for a minute to say hi to an old friend. There's a 4WheelParts in Van Nuys that I've heard mixed reviews about. I've also heard mixed reviews about Off-Road Unlimited in Burbank. There's also Four X Doctor in Burbank, that has some positive reviews. You'll hear nothing but praise here for JPi in Yucaipa if you're willing to drive that far to take your Jeep to someone you know you can trust. You can also post up for an install party, and for the price of some pizza and beer, you can get your stuff installed, meet a bunch of great Jeep peeps, and learn a lot about your Jeep in the process.
No worries man. Hijack away. I'd love to meet some more Jeep people once I join the family, and also be educated so I'm not just some city kid with a Jeep that doesn't use it for what it is meant for.

I actually *really* want to learn how to work on some cars. It seems like a Wrangler is a good car to work with as a beginner. Am I right on that?

You live in Burbank and drive all the way out to Yucaipa? I'll be hitting up Big Bear all Winter (hopefully in the Wrangler) so it's close by. I'd love to stop by and get some things worked on.

I'll check out Four X Doctor.

Thanks!
10-24-2012 11:17 AM
yomondo
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Originally Posted by Rebuilt View Post
Off-Road Unlimited in Burbank
Dude! Where ya been? I haven't seen you post up here in a long time. I was talking about you last weekend when we were up at Miller Jeep Trail climbing up your "overheat hill".

en1ma, sorry for jacking your thread for a minute to say hi to an old friend. There's a 4WheelParts in Van Nuys that I've heard mixed reviews about. I've also heard mixed reviews about Off-Road Unlimited in Burbank. There's also Four X Doctor in Burbank, that has some positive reviews. You'll hear nothing but praise here for JPi in Yucaipa if you're willing to drive that far to take your Jeep to someone you know you can trust. You can also post up for an install party, and for the price of some pizza and beer, you can get your stuff installed, meet a bunch of great Jeep peeps, and learn a lot about your Jeep in the process.
10-23-2012 11:38 PM
2013jeepjk
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Originally Posted by RadarRob2012

No worries. Did you get that service issue squared away at the dealer?
Ya didn't need it some idiot that did my alignment told me my power steering pump was bad so I got a second opinion and just needed sime cam in the front after my lift
10-22-2012 11:31 PM
RadarRob2012
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Originally Posted by en1ma

Well doesn't the dealer charge way more for a lift because they use "Mopar?" - Yeah I don't mind going through the dealer but for a 2" lift I'm reading I can get that done for $500 instead of $2k which is probably what the dealer wants.

You sell new JKU's? Where at? Maybe you can help me.
We'll put any lift you want on. You can get the 3.5" RE Super-Flex Short Arm kit for less than $1,000.00. Not sure what the install would be, but if you haven't bought the Jeep yet, you can have it all included in your purchase. Figure another $2,000.00 for wheels and tires, and you're ready to Wheel.

I work at Moss Bros C/J/D/R in Riverside. We've been around since 1921. There's really not another dealer I'd want to work at. And I only sell cars because I sell Jeeps, and get discounted parts and service. I'm also a Wheeler.

PM me if you have any questions. But if I don't answer right away, it's because I'm headed to bed right now. Or soon anyhow.

Thanks for your interest.

Rob
10-22-2012 11:10 PM
en1ma
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Originally Posted by RadarRob2012 View Post
If you're buying New, why not have it worked into your deal and your payments. I do that for my customers all the time. You could even go with a suspension lift then, so your Jeep will be capable of crawling more than just the mall. And the work will be guaranteed as well.

Rob
Well doesn't the dealer charge way more for a lift because they use "Mopar?" - Yeah I don't mind going through the dealer but for a 2" lift I'm reading I can get that done for $500 instead of $2k which is probably what the dealer wants.

You sell new JKU's? Where at? Maybe you can help me.
10-22-2012 09:35 PM
RadarRob2012
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Originally Posted by 2013jeepjk
wish i knew you before i bought mine ........
No worries. Did you get that service issue squared away at the dealer?
10-22-2012 09:28 PM
2013jeepjk
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Originally Posted by RadarRob2012 View Post
If you're buying New, why not have it worked into your deal and your payments. I do that for my customers all the time. You could even go with a suspension lift then, so your Jeep will be capable of crawling more than just the mall. And the work will be guaranteed as well.

Rob
wish i knew you before i bought mine ........
10-22-2012 08:19 PM
RadarRob2012
Quote:
Originally Posted by en1ma
I'm about to purchase a 13' unlimited.

I know I want a few things already.

1) A 2" cosmetic lift
2) Wheels/Tires

I'm in West L.A. Is there a shop that I can trust near by to be fair with prices and pretty knowledgable?
If you're buying New, why not have it worked into your deal and your payments. I do that for my customers all the time. You could even go with a suspension lift then, so your Jeep will be capable of crawling more than just the mall. And the work will be guaranteed as well.

Rob
10-22-2012 06:20 PM
LHC30 a little further away is L&G in San Dimas
10-22-2012 04:33 PM
Rebuilt Off-Road Unlimited in Burbank
10-22-2012 02:16 PM
en1ma
What shop can I trust in Los Angeles for aftermarket Jeep installs?

I'm about to purchase a 13' unlimited.

I know I want a few things already.

1) A 2" cosmetic lift
2) Wheels/Tires

I'm in West L.A. Is there a shop that I can trust near by to be fair with prices and pretty knowledgable?

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