I had Jack build be a Dana 44 out of a mid 70's CJ5 for my 81 CJ7. He swapped gears, rewelded the spring perches and I never had a problem with it. Also bought plenty of parts from him over the years. Wheeled with him a few times on various Jeep Jamborees quite a few years ago. He knows his stuff when it comes to Jeeps.
Theres a reason his shop has been open for as long as it has and it continues on through out this horrible dpression we are having. Quality of work. He owns a shop that performs actual build not only bolt on stuff.
I just stopped in there yesterday for the first time and talked with him and Aaron about doing some work to my YJ. Those guys seem to be straight forward.
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I use them and would, and do, suggest them to anyone. Jack has been around for a while and knows a lot about jeeps and other off road vehicles. I went to him as a complete noob when i first got my jeep and told him what i wanted to use it for and he gave me sound advice and was willing to provide competitive pricing. I use him anytime i need almost anything for my jeep (as a part of a local business i like to help support other local businesses).
Kinda old thread but I'll give them a plug. Great guys! Spotless work. They just did my SYE, Upper controls & TW Shaft! They took the time to go over the Jeep & explain everything to me! Very hard to find a shop like that these days. They know Jeeps. There is a reason they dont have to advertise.