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Unread 06-10-2013, 11:35 AM   #1
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Long Arm Lift Kit Install -Shop advice needed

I live in Charleston SC and Im looking for a reputable shop to install the long arm lift on my 2005 LJ Wrangler. I need a good shop that knows what they are doing -All the control arm brackets need to be cut off of my frame and a few items need to be welded.
Im not confident with low country 4x4 to work on my Jeep. Im willing to drive as long as its less than 4 hours.

Im conisdering Clemson Off Road but open to suggestions. Please give me any knowledge you can. Apprecite the help.

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