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02-05-2013 09:10 PM
PhillyMike
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Originally Posted by DozerJK View Post
Hey fellow Jeepers- I have a JK and am trying to install the Teraflex Leveling kit and a Rampage front stubby bumper on her...

Noting that I live in Warrington, Bucks County (but of course will travel)...
1- Can anyone recommend a good shop to do the above install, or
2- Does anyone with the tools and experience want to offer a weekend day up to assist with the install for $$, beer and pizza?

I do like the idea of installing it with someone so I can learn about my Jeep but just don't have the tools or enough experience to mess around with it- which is why I prefer someone with the proper know-how...

Thanks guys/gals!
If you haven't found a shop to do it pm me, my buds own a shop and they work on/own a few wranglers.
01-31-2013 12:25 AM
JDeBlois Let me know, since Im at college I have my basic mechanics tool set (craftsman 200 piece with all torx bits), a hi-lift jack, and some experience. I do all the work on my Tj.

If I'm not busy workin' on a friend's Yj, consider me in.
01-28-2013 10:41 AM
jakbak If i m around ill lend you a hand. I have everything you need but the floor jack and stands.
01-28-2013 07:38 AM
DozerJK
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Originally Posted by audi 4A wrangler View Post
I live in warminster and would be willing to help out. Let me know
Appreciate the offer- will let you know if I decide to give it a try myself!
01-28-2013 07:37 AM
DozerJK
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Originally Posted by littlethimble View Post
Hill Side Rigs in Ephrata Lancaster county does all the work on my jeep. Call Jodi at 717 305 0432. Their website is www.hillsiderigs.com
I send all my family's Jeeps and 4wds there. Great service and great prices. They also do fabrication work. One guy from Philly just had some work done on his YJ.
Thanks- will give them a call today
01-27-2013 10:33 PM
audi 4A wrangler I live in warminster and would be willing to help out. Let me know
01-27-2013 05:45 PM
jakbak All you need is a flat driveway and a floor jack with jack stand s
01-27-2013 03:27 PM
littlethimble Hill Side Rigs in Ephrata Lancaster county does all the work on my jeep. Call Jodi at 717 305 0432. Their website is www.hillsiderigs.com
I send all my family's Jeeps and 4wds there. Great service and great prices. They also do fabrication work. One guy from Philly just had some work done on his YJ.
01-21-2013 03:03 PM
DozerJK
Bumper / Leveling Kit install

Hey fellow Jeepers- I have a JK and am trying to install the Teraflex Leveling kit and a Rampage front stubby bumper on her...

Noting that I live in Warrington, Bucks County (but of course will travel)...
1- Can anyone recommend a good shop to do the above install, or
2- Does anyone with the tools and experience want to offer a weekend day up to assist with the install for $$, beer and pizza?

I do like the idea of installing it with someone so I can learn about my Jeep but just don't have the tools or enough experience to mess around with it- which is why I prefer someone with the proper know-how...

Thanks guys/gals!

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