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Old 05-04-2017, 01:45 PM
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Well, i ruined my baby. Good old Jeep brakes couldn't stop me in time for the guy that slammed on his brakes in front of me. I almost avoided him but caught the right fender and bumper. We are both ok which is the most important thing. Anyone have any recommendations where to bring my jeep in Northern NJ for a body shop? Im thinking it might be beneficial to have a place that has worked on wranglers. Maybe I can upgrade my fenders to poison spyder in the process and have the body shop do the work altogether.

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Well, i ruined my baby. Good old Jeep brakes couldn't stop me in time for the guy that slammed on his brakes in front of me. I almost avoided him but caught the right fender and bumper. We are both ok which is the most important thing. Anyone have any recommendations where to bring my jeep in Northern NJ for a body shop? Im thinking it might be beneficial to have a place that has worked on wranglers. Maybe I can upgrade my fenders to poison spyder in the process and have the body shop do the work altogether.



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I slid my JK sideways on step hill climb off road into a tree and did number on my front qtr panel and driver half door
Chester Collision in Chester, NJ did a fine job. However I installed my Poison Spyder flares myself. They have done body work on plenty of jeeps but not sure I would have them do flare installs


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Well, i ruined my baby. Good old Jeep brakes couldn't stop me in time for the guy that slammed on his brakes in front of me. I almost avoided him but caught the right fender and bumper. We are both ok which is the most important thing. Anyone have any recommendations where to bring my jeep in Northern NJ for a body shop? Im thinking it might be beneficial to have a place that has worked on wranglers. Maybe I can upgrade my fenders to poison spyder in the process and have the body shop do the work altogether.



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Glad everyone is okay. Don't know if he's a Jeep specialist, but Ramsey Auto body did a great job repairing my almost new Audi (back-up vehicle for the Jeep) when someone (likely in a phone) didn't see my wife stopped at a traffic light as they pulled out of a parking lot, right into the side of it. They were recommended by a few friends and I would use them again if I'm unfortunate enough to need a body shop in the future.


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Cool. Thanks for the recommendations. I'm down in hoboken but Ramsey is not too far from my work. That is doable.
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will places like these work on rust spots? nothing structural, strictly cosmetic stuff
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