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post #1 of 4 Old 07-26-2012, 08:52 AM Thread Starter
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Hey guys. Just wanted to see if there were any local places around Birmingham that y'all have used for parts and accessories. I hate ordering from catalogs or online, and like to walk around a place and look at things before buying. And support local businesses. Just got a TJ and am thinking about bumpers, lights, etc in the short term. Like 6 months or so.

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post #2 of 4 Old 07-27-2012, 01:54 PM
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My last jeep had a tube style front bumper and I bought a set of tube style nerf bars and tube style rear bumper to match from Southern Offroad in Pelham and went ahead and let them install it while I was at it.

http://www.southernoffroad.com/

They usually have 2-3 jeeps out there for sale and they have stuff in the store. They won't have everything in the world in the store but I'm sure they could get you anything you wanted. I can't tell you they will be the lowest price either.
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My last jeep had a tube style front bumper and I bought a set of tube style nerf bars and tube style rear bumper to match from Southern Offroad in Pelham and went ahead and let them install it while I was at it.

http://www.southernoffroad.com/

They usually have 2-3 jeeps out there for sale and they have stuff in the store. They won't have everything in the world in the store but I'm sure they could get you anything you wanted. I can't tell you they will be the lowest price either.
Thanks. I'll check them out. The only thing I got when I google'd was a place out of town, and another place that seemed to specialize in stuff for full size trucks.
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post #4 of 4 Old 08-23-2012, 04:57 PM
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Southern Offroad in Pelham
Offroad Connection in Fultondale
Dixie Offroad in Cullman


Also, Essentially Offroad and Wide Open Designs in Tennessee.

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