No announcement yet.

Shop Recommendations?


Forum Thread First Post

  • Filter
  • Time
  • Show
Clear All
new posts

  • #16
    I have two "woodies" and no complaints. :yay:

    I use wenco in van nuys for length modifications.

    maybe my best post ever.

    "in the end... the rocks always win."


    • #17
      Originally posted by blkTJ
      I have two "woodies" and no complaints. :yay:

      HOW do you DO that???

      At once?

      I think Chris and I will have Driveshaft Masters at the very least give us an idea of what the driveshaft and balancing Chris' will cost.

      Well post when we find out

      2002 TJ on 35s a bit of lift with some stuff
      Rock-ItMan all the way around


      • #18
        Originally posted by Warhawke

        I'm still weighing my options on a lift, but should have something within a week or so. I've gotten numerous offers from friends, friends of friends and others I've met online. For the most part, I'll probably end up sticking to the 3-3.5" range for now and throwing in a set of adj track bars.

        I would love to do this myself but do not have the tools, nor the space for the tools. I'll be changing out the springs, bumpstops, track bars and shocks. Are there any shops in the area (South Bay) someone can recommend or even someone with a garage and tools for some $$$, food and beer in exchange for assistance?

        If you still looking for someone to do you lift, Try Jcfab and design, 818-367-9904, They are in sylmar where the 14 & the 5 join, Jim did my lift and gears, Very minimul down time, quality work with a fair price...
        04TJ, 4.0 5spd
        4" rough country springs
        Nth degree arms upper and lower
        1" Currie MML/BL
        Jc fab rockers & 1" seat lift
        33"BFG MT's
        Lock-rite in the front