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Old 04-06-2018, 08:28 PM
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Central New Jersey Lift?

Anybody here from CNJ? Can you recommend a reputable shop to have a lift installed?

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Check out J& M Automotive in Hamilton. I haven't been there in a few years, but the owner was a Jeep guy. Not sure if they do lifts, but a quick call should answer that


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I'm sure Google has shown you Globex in Toms River and OK4WD in Stewartsvile. Globex works primarily on Jeeps and in my experience has a wait time. Depending on what you're doing. I took my JK there for wheel mounts and a couple other small things.

OK4WD is a nice clean big shop, I got my gears and lockers installed there. They ran into issues and troubleshooted for 2 hours until they could fix my problem. I say this as a compliment. I was shocked what the problem was and even more surprised they knew how to find it.

That being said, I installed my lift with my buddy with two jacks in a driveway. Took about 7 hours, it was fun and not that difficult.
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