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03-24-2013 11:19 AM
Z-TJ
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Clemson 4x4 is a great shop!! They did my lift install and did it for cheap. I had a Rock Krawler Flex 2.5 with shocks, spring clips, new front and rear bump stops, exhaust spacer, and more. They did it all for 420$ bucks.

They had a JKU on 40" with a Cummins 6.7 Diesel sitting out side that they built.
They also cut my pinch seam and rubi rails.
03-24-2013 12:55 AM
Z-TJ Clemson 4x4 is a great shop!! They did my lift install and did it for cheap. I had a Rock Krawler Flex 2.5 with shocks, spring clips, new front and rear bump stops, exhaust spacer, and more. They did it all for 420$ bucks.

They had a JKU on 40" with a Cummins 6.7 Diesel sitting out side that they built.
03-24-2013 12:04 AM
12CrushRubi
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Don't know if they are any good or not but there is Clemson 4x4 Center between Clemson and Seneca on 123. They deal with a lot of Jeeps. Never used them for anything so I don't know anything about their prices or quality of work but it would be worth looking into.
I hear nothing but good things about them but I haven't used them for anything myself.
03-23-2013 11:21 PM
Green03TJ Don't know if they are any good or not but there is Clemson 4x4 Center between Clemson and Seneca on 123. They deal with a lot of Jeeps. Never used them for anything so I don't know anything about their prices or quality of work but it would be worth looking into.
03-23-2013 03:46 PM
bcash616
Gear swap in upstate

Does anyone know of a good shop that does jeep gear swaps? Don't want to get robbed...not paying crazy amount.

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