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05-24-2013 11:12 PM
The last one Alright thanks man
05-23-2013 11:11 PM
clull05rubi Yah installs are his main bread and butter. He can custom fab kits or he can order and install kits from just about any manufacturer. He makes suspension links and steering links out of 7075 t-6 solid aluminum. Almost as strong as chromoly but much lighter and allows for deflection. 4807970469 his name is andrew u can call or text him
05-23-2013 10:20 PM
The last one Yea man id love the number...you said he does installs as well right?
05-23-2013 07:00 PM
clull05rubi I think a jk with a 3in lift will need a new front drivveshaft. My favorite shop is letzroll offroad. He has a home based shop which allows him to give great prices compared to other shops. Offers warranty with install has great knowledge of jeeps and building buggys. They can make just about anything. Hes an avid offroader and oowns 3 teams in rock buggy racing. He ran king of hammers and placed 18th out of about 100 and thats a tough event. Hes really straight up and wont try to sell u stuff u dont need for the types of trails u plan to be running. Every time ive gotten a quote from another shop and compared it to his letzroll has always by far been the cheapest. This guy goes out of his way to help guys out a lot and even people he doesnt know. Theres been quite a few times where somebody needed a part or service on the trail and hes brought it out to them in his buggy for no charge and even helped with installation. Hes really a great guy to do business with. My jeeps going back for a 3rd time on june 5th for more upgrades. His shops in mesa if you cant get the number let me know if u want it and ill get it to you. His names andrew
05-23-2013 12:49 AM
The last one One more thing....where are some good shops to get my jeep upgraded...a trustworthy one...I am a complete newb in this and dont wanna get screwed I just want a beast of a jeep for my dd and some off road fun
05-23-2013 12:48 AM
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new to jeeps

Hey yall so I live here in arizona and have been bitten by the jeep bug...I plan on getting a 2012 jeep wrangler sahara unlimited edition...it will be my dd and used a couple weekends a month for offroading....maybe more if I rewlly get into it. Anyways I really want to get a 3 inch lift and put some 35 inch tires on it. Can I do this right away or will I need tk budget for more mods so that my jeep can handle the added weight and new size etc etc.

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