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Unread 07-07-2008, 10:38 PM   #1
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Xj Need a Good Pick apart in vegas for a ZJ

Hello All. My name is SSgt D. Im stationed at nellis. Im a jeep lover( i feel like im at a AA meeting). i own a 99XJ. Anyways im a mechanic for the airforce and started fliping vehicles to gain some extra cash. Well i have this 96 ZJ that i am currently working on. Which i might acutlly keep. I need alot of Tranny parts like hardware and brakets and mounts. I need a good pic apart in vegas that i can go in and take what i need not some one taking it off for me. I tried Nevada pick apart or lamb pick apart or what ever you wanted to call it but all that got is XJ's no ZJ's. Really need some help. Dont want to go to the dealer and have to shell out a ton of money. Im trying to stay within budget. Thanks for any help you guys can give. THANK YOU

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