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Old 06-05-2011, 09:00 PM   #31
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How does that work?
There's a jeep shop that I've built a little friendship with and I'm very good friends with a sales girl at dealership out by where I grew up and her dealership has a jeep dealer even though she works at Hyundai she has a lot of pull (top sales in the country) I'll agree to make the purchase work out the cost ahead of time with the dealership and custom shop get approved for the final price, the dealership pays the custom shop... The custom shop has actually been trying to do this for awhile but didn't have a customer lined up... There are a few jeep dealerships that do stuff like this, there's one in my area that the dealer will do the custom work but the price is astronomical... AEV does this... If you know a good 4x4 shop in your area try to talk to them ahead of time and then find a dealer that will work with them to get you what you want!

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Heh Heh, nah-I got that all figured out anywho--

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Lol that's one of those folding doodads.
Some dude at a gas station gave me.
It collapsed on me painting my room. Good thing, because my stepmother wanted one, and let's just say she's up there weight wise 500 lb weight limit... Ya right!!!

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There's a jeep shop that I've built a little friendship with and I'm very good friends with a sales girl at dealership out by where I grew up and her dealership has a jeep dealer even though she works at Hyundai she has a lot of pull (top sales in the country) I'll agree to make the purchase work out the cost ahead of time with the dealership and custom shop get approved for the final price, the dealership pays the custom shop... The custom shop has actually been trying to do this for awhile but didn't have a customer lined up... There are a few jeep dealerships that do stuff like this, there's one in my area that the dealer will do the custom work but the price is astronomical... AEV does this... If you know a good 4x4 shop in your area try to talk to them ahead of time and then find a dealer that will work with them to get you what you want!
I always see those modified jeeps on EBay , they are really nice looking rigs ready to go. But I am still a little skeptical. I have some $$ saved and been looking at an 08-09 rubi. It would be great to roll out the door Already modified
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Well this isn't an eBay deal the jeep shop is working out everything I choose and coming up with a bundle price for the dealer to add on. I'm not going too crazy I'll still have plenty of little things to add down the line 35s with proper gearing 2.5" lift new bumpers and the rims I choose maybe a couple sets of lights
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Well this isn't an eBay deal the jeep shop is working out everything I choose and coming up with a bundle price for the dealer to add on. I'm not going too crazy I'll still have plenty of little things to add down the line 35s with proper gearing 2.5" lift new bumpers and the rims I choose maybe a couple sets of lights
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