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Unread 05-29-2010, 09:37 PM   #1
PaLftr
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Location: Central PA
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Any Central PA Jeepers willing to lend a hand?

I have a bent lower control arm mount on the front axle of my ZJ.
My ZJ is my only mode of transportation and I've been having an extremely hard time finding somewhere local [or even not local] to take my Jeep to get fixed.

It needs the stock LCA mounts cut off the axle, and new replacements [which I have] welded on.

If anyone's got a tip I'd Really appreciate it.

Thanks

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