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post #1 of 4 Old 09-02-2013, 07:09 AM Thread Starter
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Brick and mortar StL for new JK?

Just bought a '13 off the lot and need to start buying parts for it. Live in St Louis and wonder what retailers may be in the area? Any you recommend and any you'd avoid?

Thanks,

John

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post #2 of 4 Old 09-02-2013, 12:39 PM
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Personally I just get most of my parts off the internet and do most of the work myself.

If you are doing anything major I'd take it to Axle Boy in St Charles.

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Personally I just get most of my parts off the internet and do most of the work myself.

If you are doing anything major I'd take it to Axle Boy in St Charles.
Thanks but it'd seem that for heavy parts like rock rails it'd be cheaper not to have to pay individual shipping but enjoy the efficiency of 'combined' shipping and possible volume discounts....

I dunno, maybe I'm all wet?

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Thanks but it'd seem that for heavy parts like rock rails it'd be cheaper not to have to pay individual shipping but enjoy the efficiency of 'combined' shipping and possible volume discounts....

I dunno, maybe I'm all wet?

John
Ive done much business for the folks in stl. Since im only 2hrs away, they usually make the drive or Ive brought it to them on one of my regular trips there. I can appreciate the "buy local" aspect. Congrats on the new rig. For wheelin friends...hit me up if your down this way, or take a look at midwestjeepthing.com for stl local jeepers getting out ! Cheers !

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