Join Date: May 2006
Location: Havelock NC but Born and raised in NH
You can also check local junk yards for scrap wranglers. If You know exactly what You're looking for, and where it is on Your Jeep, bring some tools, talk to the people there, and more than likely they'll let You go into the yard and take it out Yourself. You can get the parts You need for dirt cheap that way. Dealerships are a good source, but only if You're willing to pay out for the parts.
'93 YJ: 35x12.50 15 BF Goodrich AT KO on Mickey T. Classic II's, Tom Woods Custom CV Shaft, 3-4 inch springs (Brand Unknown) 2" Shackles, 1" Red Poly BL, 4.10 Yukon Gears, Powertrax No-Slip Locker, BW Pocket Flares, BW Rocker Panel Guards, Outland Hi-Back Bucket seats