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biggyb23 09-18-2012 07:57 PM

RELIABLE/EXPERIENCED review's 4x4 shop?
 
Im looking for a reliable 4x4 shop that will be able to install my lift kit. I live in Clovis NM and am willing to drive somewhere as long as its under 6 hours. Im not looking for your cousin bubba's garage shop :hide: hahah sorry. Im looking for a solid, reliable, EXPERIENCED, with good reviews type of shop. After walking into a shop here in Clovis NM and the first thing the man said was, "You want a lift on a jeep? Why? Because we dont get many of those....just a lot of trucks." :facepalm: Im looking in other cities haha. Please help me out fellow New Mexico jeepers :punk:

biggyb23 09-19-2012 01:41 PM

Nothing hahaha?!?!?! what about 6 + hours away from Clovis?

G-Mike 09-20-2012 01:53 PM

Unlimited Trucks on Menaul in Albuq. Been around for many years and are well respected in the automotive community. Very reasonable labor and they will treat you right. They recently did a couple of COD special editions for Larry H. Miller Jeep (lift / tires / lights etc) that were in a local car show.

biggyb23 09-23-2012 08:57 PM

Awesome, Thanks but do you have a phone number or website? I tried to Google it and all im seeing is 4 Wheel Parts Performance Center #65 on Menual and if i Google "Unlimited Trucks" all i get is Accessories Unlimited on Candelaria.

G-Mike 09-24-2012 11:10 AM

On Google - will show up as Ultimate Car and Truck Accessories

866-559-6965

G-Mike 09-24-2012 11:19 AM

PS - I forgot to add that they have been very amenable to installing parts you bring if its not a brand they typically carry (e.g. installed some used Rubi rails for me even though they carry several other non-Mopar side steps/rails)

biggyb23 10-01-2012 01:22 PM

Anyone ever been to "LA Extreme" in clovis NM?

tslroper 10-09-2012 10:36 PM

If your willing to drive to Las Cruces I would recommend Accutech. It's not publicly listed but is owned and operated by one of the board members for the local 4 wheel drive club. He's the only one I allow to work on my jeep when it's over my head. And he's guaranteed to have at least 3 jeeps in there at any point in time. Fully certified too. Let me know if your interested in his number.

biggyb23 10-11-2012 10:25 AM

Hey thanks for all the information. I actually went and did it myself with a curry county 4 wheeler club member that has a garage. The lift is looking and doing good. Thanks again!

reel effort 03-05-2013 09:32 PM

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Originally Posted by tslroper (Post 2875752)
If your willing to drive to Las Cruces I would recommend Accutech. It's not publicly listed but is owned and operated by one of the board members for the local 4 wheel drive club. He's the only one I allow to work on my jeep when it's over my head. And he's guaranteed to have at least 3 jeeps in there at any point in time. Fully certified too. Let me know if your interested in his number.

I noticed your message here, I'm looking for a shop in Cruces. Can you send me their contact info?


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