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08-13-2013 11:22 AM
riverrodo
Who can help im lost ???

So other than being a Big jeep guy ive but a few in my life me and my step dad runs a shop in Bradford tn. We got a jeep in a few weeks ago and rebuilt the motor no problem just another day to us. Note not the first time we have done this. Everything was right we took it to a shop got crank turned hole bit. Everything was to spects from the book put the motor back in the jeep hooked everything up turned over sounded like had a hard spot while turning over not what I was worried about jeep cranked after about 5 sec I cut the jeep off only to find every bit of oil had been blown out of the side of the oil pan right next to the oil pump we have called friends we have called ppl we don't like asking for help no one can understand whats going on maybe some one on hear has had same problem ??????
07-08-2013 01:11 PM
Naroko Hey jeepFixer, I live in the chattanooga area have you rebuilt a auto tilt steering column before? I have a 94 yj with a lot of play in it and the gear selector on the column is messed up as well.
06-09-2013 02:34 PM
countryboystj i am so sorry i didnt see ur comment, my phone acts pretty betardo sometimes also, u may wanna go with this other guy as i have relocated to pa for work. The guy who responded to u sounds very legit so u should be in good hands.
06-09-2013 12:36 PM
Jeepfixer1 I don't know if you got a response from him or not. I'm in the Chattanooga area and have 18+yrs jeep,experience and all other common makes too. I'm ase certified. I share a passion for jeeps in particular. I manage the automotive part of a fairly big shop and if you need someone to do it for a fair price then I'd love to help out. Just let me know if ya need help.
05-21-2013 11:04 PM
TNwoodsman Jeepjames, I have a new ride that is going to need a lift. Id love to help as im not afraid to turn a wrench but I dont have all the tools or experience. How confident do you feel about a lift install?
Looking at metalcloak 3.5 lift but im still up in the air on the 500 lifts out there.
03-18-2013 11:14 PM
countryboystj Jeepjames here hit me up if u need a good mechanic alwaus willing to help out a fellow jeeper drop me a line 2708939885
02-07-2013 08:39 PM
TheTNWrangler
Jeep mechanic

Does anyone know of a good mechanic In Nashville area to do some work on my jeep. Unfortunately I was not born too mechanically inclined.
Thanks

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