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12-08-2012 08:31 AM
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Jeep Re-Build, Re-Pair, Re-Place....

I'm actually from the Northeast Georgia mountains but have relocated to Houston. This is not a "planted" message. I am an upper management executive working for a valve manufacturer that likes to "play" on the weekends.

I took a 1998 TJ over to HB Auto on FM1960 (just north of Jones road in northwest Houston) based on a recommendation and all I can say is WOW... It's been a long time since I've worked with people you can truly trust to know what to do and not take advantage of you in the process. Oil change to complete build from a rolling chassis...

Small shop with a great team... Hope I haven't messed things up for myself as I still need to schedule more work there!!!

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