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post #16 of 28 Old 04-27-2011, 09:05 PM
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Thanks for the compliments guys!
Where is your shop located?

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post #17 of 28 Old 04-28-2011, 05:31 AM
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So is this out of a business garage or your own space?
I have a shop in Aurora. I have 5 regears to do next week, 3 sets of Sliders to build, engine swap, long arm lift to install, 4 custom axles to build, a couple Mustangs to gear, and that is just what I can remember of the top my head. Been crazy busy. I am thinking about picking up a new project to to build a exo caged crawler too. Hoping to have a internal cage design done for XJ soon too. Should have a RTI ramp ready soon for customers test out there new suspensions. It is going to be awesome!

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post #18 of 28 Old 04-29-2011, 07:45 AM
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I know this is for a re-gear, and I haven't had one done yet because my 4.10:1 suits me for now, but the guys at 4WP off of Peoria & I70 are helpful, knowledgable, and guarantee their work. I am all about supporting the smaller shops too, but 4WP has good guys working there as well. They have helped me out with everything from checking my install job on my lift kit to advice on how to solve problems on the cheap out of my own garage. They also helped my brother with his entire build.

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Busy today at the shop. This next week is going to be crazy busy. Can't complain!


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Thinking of going from 4:10 to 4:56 and am curious who you would recommend.
I got a kick *** mechanic named chris who can do them. He is a bad *** jeep mechanic from pro jeep. Pm me and ill give you his # he lives in westminster

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Busy today at the shop. This next week is going to be crazy busy. Can't complain!
Hey man u run a shop? I'm coming back to denver next month and I'm gonna reside in thornton area, but I was wondering if I got the rough country 2in leveling kit how much will it cost and how long for y'all to throw them on, I got an 08 gc.

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Hey man u run a shop? I'm coming back to denver next month and I'm gonna reside in thornton area, but I was wondering if I got the rough country 2in leveling kit how much will it cost and how long for y'all to throw them on, I got an 08 gc.
Yeah I can help. I sent you a PM.

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post #23 of 28 Old 05-08-2011, 10:22 AM
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So I just wanted to give some props. Josh did my D30 front while I waited last week. Good dude, nice guy. I would def. recommend him for gearing to anyone local. He had a used gear set which worked well for me. Install seemed to go well. Got to learn a little bit first hand as well. VERY reasonable pricing

He even offered and helped me put on my new track bar while the front end was disassembled. Great guy - does great work.

Thanks Josh. Would do business with him any day again.
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So I just wanted to give some props. Josh did my D30 front while I waited last week. Good dude, nice guy. I would def. recommend him for gearing to anyone local. He had a used gear set which worked well for me. Install seemed to go well. Got to learn a little bit first hand as well. VERY reasonable pricing

He even offered and helped me put on my new track bar while the front end was disassembled. Great guy - does great work.

Thanks Josh. Would do business with him any day again.
Thanks! Things are picking up. I have 4 JK to gear in the next couple weeks, as well as 3 TJ 8.8 to build, and some other regears coming up.

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post #25 of 28 Old 05-09-2011, 08:34 AM
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How much do you charge to re gear? I want to go from my dreaded 3.07 to a 4.56. I am actually in cripple creek which is west of colorado springs. But it seems worth it to bring it to you since everyone has nothing but good things to say.
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I have a regearing need to. I need to change my 30 & 44 from 3.73 to 4.56 in my '03 TJ. Who can do a great job for a great price? Josh, you still out there?
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Agree with what othere have said about Josh, but also closer to you i would check out Chad at Four to Go @ 44th & kipling.
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I have a regearing need to. I need to change my 30 & 44 from 3.73 to 4.56 in my '03 TJ. Who can do a great job for a great price? Josh, you still out there?
I don't think he gets on JF much anymore just because he's been so busy with the shop/work. His workflow has frown significantly since then and he's in the middle of buying some acreage among other things.

Easiest way to reach him about a regear is via. his FB bage. His phone number is listed there as well.

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Just as an update. I've since put about 15k on my rig since the regear without anything as much as the slightest ticker. Been using Royal Purple in it since the break-in period and needless to say, it runs like a champ.

Also, the steering Josh fabbed up for my TJ is purely beef. I've smashed it against a few things thus far to no avail... gotta find bigger rocks I guess.


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