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01-23-2014 02:15 AM
thaimonkee
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Originally Posted by jacqueline2013 View Post
I am looking for a reasonable Auto place to put on tires and a lift on my 2000 Sport Jeep Wrangler. Trick Truck charges way to much. I have the tires and the lift. Please help! I someone know how and is experienced in putting on a lift and tires, is 4 PIZZA and 2 cases of BEER a good payment.

Note: I can go to: Mt. Airy, Frederick, Germantown, Gaithersburg, Rockville and Silver Spring areas.
Call Jeff @ Adrenaline. I use him all the time.
01-12-2014 11:15 AM
Hubdeep Adrenaline Offroad in Burtonsville, Md.

Adrenalineoffroad.com
01-11-2014 09:28 AM
Chilly03
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Originally Posted by jacqueline2013 View Post
I am looking for a reasonable Auto place to put on tires and a lift on my 2000 Sport Jeep Wrangler. Trick Truck charges way to much. I have the tires and the lift. Please help! I someone know how and is experienced in putting on a lift and tires, is 4 PIZZA and 2 cases of BEER a good payment.

Note: I can go to: Mt. Airy, Frederick, Germantown, Gaithersburg, Rockville and Silver Spring areas.
Go here. Ask for Mike. He's the only one I trust with my Jeeps.

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01-10-2014 01:17 PM
jacqueline2013
Tires and lift

I am looking for a reasonable Auto place to put on tires and a lift on my 2000 Sport Jeep Wrangler. Trick Truck charges way to much. I have the tires and the lift. Please help! I someone know how and is experienced in putting on a lift and tires, is 4 PIZZA and 2 cases of BEER a good payment.

Note: I can go to: Mt. Airy, Frederick, Germantown, Gaithersburg, Rockville and Silver Spring areas.
01-27-2013 07:22 PM
4wheelin
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Originally Posted by TASARCTIC12 View Post
Looking to add a lift and shoes to my 12 Arctic JK. Live in Southern Maryland. Any suggestions on a good shop within a reasonable drive?
The folks on this forum are very helpful. If you can state what kind of lift you want to do, most on here will give you helpful, friendly advice on how to do this yourself. Some might even lend a hand in exchange for pizza and beer.

Learning is all part of the fun of owning a jeep. Most lifts are easy to do.

New "shoes" leads me to believe new rims and/or tires. Again, state what you want to do, and we can help you with your objectives.

I personally dont own a JK.
But, I have been helped with information from knowledgeable folks on this forum.
01-27-2013 11:46 AM
Bullethead Sorry. I believe its a 3" suspension lift. My needs are easy, just mall crawling really. I plan to take it out in the snow and possibly on the sand but that is maybe 4x out of the whole year.
01-25-2013 04:55 PM
Hubdeep Need? Do you Offroad? Or mostly drive on the street? Are you looking for mileage or handling? All-terrain, mud, snow? What lift is on there now? Is it a suspension lift or body lift? Lots of questions you have to answer first...
01-25-2013 12:57 PM
Bullethead If I may thread jack...I am looking to do the opposite. I have a 3" lift and 33.125 tires.

I want to downsize to 1" lift. I am not sure what size tires I would need, or what goes into the whole lift process.

Am I going to need a whole new lift kit? Also what tires do you guys recommend brand wise.
01-14-2013 10:39 AM
Hubdeep Burtonsville, MD (Laurel)
01-13-2013 02:21 PM
TASARCTIC12 Where are they located?
01-13-2013 11:30 AM
Hubdeep Call Jeff @Adrenaline Offroad. He's a great guy and will work with you. Tell him Holly and Jason sent you...

Http://www.adrenalineoffroad.com
01-08-2013 06:09 PM
TASARCTIC12
Need a Good Shop to do lift and tire/wheel package..

Looking to add a lift and shoes to my 12 Arctic JK. Live in Southern Maryland. Any suggestions on a good shop within a reasonable drive?

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