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Unread 08-12-2013, 09:22 PM   #1
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Question Looking for Tech Mentor in Denver

OK, I'm a pretty mechanically inclined guy, and have done a LOT of work to old Porsche's and late model Camry's (prior cars) but I'm new to the Jeep thing. I'm looking for someone that's in the Denver area (preferably close to Cap Hill) that wants to help guide me through the joys of fixing the things done wrong by the previous owner, and upgrading the things that are simply worn out already.

For starters, I'm looking for someone that's familiar with suspensions since that's really the first thing I'm going to be tackling.

For reference, I have an 06 Rubicon Unlimited (LJ), that has a bit more rust than I anticipated when I bought it... turns out a lot of the dirt and crap caked on there was much older than the PO had said.

I'll be doing most of the work at the ClubWorkshop since they have a lot of the tools I don't have and a REALLY nice lift And I can't do much in the dark underground bunker that is my current apartment garage.

Oh, and generally looking at joining up with others in the area.

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Unread 08-22-2013, 07:52 AM   #2
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i'm in the Denver area, and I've helped out a few folks before. See the links in my sig, and build thread for all the tech mentoring you could ever want.
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