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Choobys
04-17-2018, 01:08 AM
I'm located in San Bruno. Are there any stores you'd recommend? I plan on ordering online, but need someone to install for me. Thanks in advance!

Speedy_RCW
04-17-2018, 02:32 AM
I'm located in San Bruno. Are there any stores you'd recommend? I plan on ordering online, but need someone to install for me. Thanks in advance!

I suggest installing yourself so you can learn about the Jeep. What are your plans? If youíd like a shop though, Shafferís Off-road is in Alameda which isnít too far from you. He does quality work.


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Choobys
04-17-2018, 02:40 AM
Thatís sound advice. However I know my limitations. I can do bumpers and other bolt ons. But when I decide to lift, Iím out of my depth


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SJCJK
04-17-2018, 04:36 AM
I did mine with hired help, friends dad who is a mechanic. It is really not that hard, but I was intimidated like you. Brakes were above my skill level, but you could always have a shop do just that.

In any event you could check out Swat in Fremont or Arabiaís in San Jose in addition to Shafferís. I have heard good stuff about all three. Just donít go to 4Wheel Parts, I like the guys but and have been happy with the help in getting some stuff, but donít want them wrenching on my Jeep [emoji592] .


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Speedy_RCW
04-17-2018, 05:06 AM
Thatís sound advice. However I know my limitations. I can do bumpers and other bolt ons. But when I decide to lift, Iím out of my depth


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Always good to know your limitations. I think a lot of people feel intimidated with things they really shouldnít be. Depending on what suspension you choose, it will likely be bolt on as well. Not trying to push you out of your comfort zone or anything. Itís just my opinion. It would be wise to learn how to work on your jeep in the comfort of your garage versus breaking something on the trail and having to learn there. Thatís also assuming you plan on getting off the beaten path and wheelin. Keep in mind there are plenty of people here on WAL that are willing to help out if youíre not sure of something.


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Choobys
04-17-2018, 11:42 AM
Thank you kindly


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Bertdog
04-17-2018, 12:50 PM
Chop shop in Vacaville is good people


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