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Unread 02-21-2010, 10:27 AM   #46
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Unread 03-08-2010, 12:48 PM   #47
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Sean (QuadraTokn) had alot of work done there on his WJ. He seemed to think they were pretty good.
I did NOT like my experience with attitude performance.

I went there because they were the cheapest place to get my axles rebuilt. ($350 per axle) However, I now know a place that charges $250.

Its no coincidence they are named attitude performance. Matt is a total ******. He does not deserve anyones business, based on the way he treats people. I also know a guy that worked there a few years ago, and he had some BAD things to say.

They wanted $1400 for parts, which they order through randy's R&P. I ordered those same parts from CCOR for ONLY $800! CCOR also orders from Randy's. So since I provided my own parts, I did not get a warranty for the work.

Soon after, the axle started making noise, and it only got worse. So I had to replace the front R&P. It had chipped teeth and was warped. I eventually spent a bunch of $ for the tools, and I rebuilt the front axle myself.

Also, In the middle of the install, Matt was calling me saying my rear axle was bent. He said one of his workers had an extra D44a at his house, so they wanted me to give them $350 for it. Well, I knew my axle wasnt bent, so I challenged them and a couple days later they called me back saying my Jeep was done.


So I would much rather give my business to an honest person/shop, rather than to a cesspool.

IMO, they're only still in business because they're the only 4x4 shop around here.

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Unread 12-23-2012, 05:37 PM   #48
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I did NOT like my experience with attitude performance.

I went there because they were the cheapest place to get my axles rebuilt. ($350 per axle) However, I now know a place that charges $250.

Its no coincidence they are named attitude performance. Matt is a total ******. He does not deserve anyones business, based on the way he treats people. I also know a guy that worked there a few years ago, and he had some BAD things to say.

They wanted $1400 for parts, which they order through randy's R&P. I ordered those same parts from CCOR for ONLY $800! CCOR also orders from Randy's. So since I provided my own parts, I did not get a warranty for the work.

Soon after, the axle started making noise, and it only got worse. So I had to replace the front R&P. It had chipped teeth and was warped. I eventually spent a bunch of $ for the tools, and I rebuilt the front axle myself.

Also, In the middle of the install, Matt was calling me saying my rear axle was bent. He said one of his workers had an extra D44a at his house, so they wanted me to give them $350 for it. Well, I knew my axle wasnt bent, so I challenged them and a couple days later they called me back saying my Jeep was done.


So I would much rather give my business to an honest person/shop, rather than to a cesspool.

IMO, they're only still in business because they're the only 4x4 shop around here.
Sorry to bring a dead thread back to life but thank you for this post. It has changed my mind on where to take my Jeep for gears.
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Unread 02-09-2013, 12:13 AM   #49
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Tanimal, Where did you end up going to get your gears set up if you decided to not use Attitude? Anyone have any luck with Suburban Driveline in Villa Park having gears installed?
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Unread 02-09-2013, 04:14 PM   #50
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Tanimal, Where did you end up going to get your gears set up if you decided to not use Attitude? Anyone have any luck with Suburban Driveline in Villa Park having gears installed?
I haven't done them yet but I have a buddy up in Winthrop Harbor and he has a guy that has done 3 of my buddies and I believe it was 325-350 an axle but you need to supply your own oil. The reason I was looking into this shop is because it is close to me and I figured if they'd do it the same price as my buddy and were reputable I'd save some money in gas and time. Hopefully that helps, sorry about the confusing situation.
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