Recommended shops in San Diego
The jeeps in the shop at the dealer with a quote of around 2300 for all kinds of work. I know I can get all the parts cheaper. Does anybody know a quality/reasonably priced off road mechanic in the San Diego area? HELP PLEASE!! The transmission needs a new synchronizer, and I'd like to install a suspension lift kit and possibly swap the rear axle and get disc brakes in the rear. THANKS!
I don't think an offroad shop is necessary any mechanic should be able to replace the synchronzer. The axel swap should be the same if you have the parts you want anyone should be able to do the install. The lift is pretty easy, but if you feel you need to pay some one. Then check elcajon theres four wheelparts, four wheel direct, orw, jsa, and me if your not wooried about a certified tech.
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