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Unread 06-18-2012, 12:11 AM   #1
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What are some LEGIT and Good 4x4 Shops that you guys use??

I am new to the 4x4 world and need a few solid recommendations for honest and good Shops around the SOCAL area??


I live in LA and need some help with lifts, wheels, armor, and lights…. Let me know if anyone is interested in helping Thanks!!

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Unread 06-18-2012, 12:30 AM   #2
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http://www.offroadevolution.com/

They can do anything you want from mild to wild. Check them out on YouTube or 4wheel magazines. This is the shop that sets up the JK experience annual run.
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Unread 06-18-2012, 12:39 AM   #3
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http://www.offroadevolution.com/

They can do anything you want from mild to wild. Check them out on YouTube or 4wheel magazines. This is the shop that sets up the JK experience annual run.
Thanks anyone I should talk to specifically?
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to be honest, i use quadratec and sometimes amazon to buy parts.
you're better off using the forums to see what you need exactly and use online to order.

i've given up on most retail, the knowledge here is much more focused
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Unread 06-18-2012, 01:55 PM   #5
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to be honest, i use quadratec and sometimes amazon to buy parts.
you're better off using the forums to see what you need exactly and use online to order.

i've given up on most retail, the knowledge here is much more focused
Thats great but who does the work for say a lift ?
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as stated above, offroad evolution. They install/fab anything you need.

they're right down the street from my work, i'm always driving the long way just to check out all the badass rigs sitting out front.

there's a couple near us too, offroad unlimited in burbank, and four x doctor also in burbank (on the same street actually)
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Unread 06-19-2012, 02:15 AM   #7
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as stated above, offroad evolution. They install/fab anything you need.

they're right down the street from my work, i'm always driving the long way just to check out all the badass rigs sitting out front.

there's a couple near us too, offroad unlimited in burbank, and four x doctor also in burbank (on the same street actually)
Very kool thanks

Let me know if ur interested in a meet up around our parts…?
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Call the Boys from Rebel in Lake Forest. Not far from you, only people I let touch my jeep. Talk with Jason.

For all that you mentioned they will talk with you on the phone, find out your wheelin preferences and build you a package to suit your needs.

For suspensions they are Teraflex minded but will install whatever you want.
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Another good shop is All 4wheel Drive in Corona. It's a little bit further away from you though. They were recommended to me by Currie and they treated me right. They installed my Currie suspension and the labor price was fair.
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T & J performance center in Orange, ca. Excellent work at fair prices, featured in numerous magazine articles, well known around the jeepspeed crowd.
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Another good shop is All 4wheel Drive in Corona. It's a little bit further away from you though. They were recommended to me by Currie and they treated me right. They installed my Currie suspension and the labor price was fair.
Cronona is eastern county San Diego right? I am looking for a place around the imperial valley or San Diego area. I also want to purchase a curry lift.
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Personally, I have used 4wheelparts for my regearing needs as I can install everything else myself. I know everyone hates them but up north, their prices are better than any of the local shops within 50 miles and if anything were to go wrong with my install afterwards, I know Greg Adler has enough money to hold up his end of a lawsuit payout.
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Cronona is eastern county San Diego right? I am looking for a place around the imperial valley or San Diego area. I also want to purchase a curry lift.
Corona is actually in the inland empire. If you call currie they may have someone in your area they can recommend?
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Corona is actually in the inland empire. If you call currie they may have someone in your area they can recommend?
That's a great point. It's hard to trust people with your rig. I am sure currie would know someone around here since Where I live Baja is really popular.
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great guys thanks for all the help!!
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