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Unread 03-15-2014, 08:40 AM   #1
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Lift friendly dealers near Baltimore?

I only have 1" spacers, but just wondering your experience with local dealers and suspension modifications. I have an annoying squeak that I think may be clutch related.

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Unread 05-02-2014, 11:49 AM   #2
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The only "lift friendly" dealer that I know of is near Aberdeen. Adams Jeep.
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Unread 05-06-2014, 06:31 AM   #3
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Several dealers are actually attempting or have been involved in the aftermarket/customization of jeeps via the dealership.. True Adams is but one and is prob the best or well known.. Jones Junction, Tate are others are fast approaching this type of off road market place.. I can't say I like any of them.. Thou some have contacts us in respects to our jeep and wanting to do things for us.
If your buying a jeep right out of the box.. you should consider one of those dealerships mentioned above.. but if your doing a few simple add-ons.. I would seek out an independent shop with experience in these types of installs.. or even a jeep club. Groups of volunteers would do the simply spacer install or better on any given weekend.
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Several dealers are actually attempting or have been involved in the aftermarket/customization of jeeps via the dealership.. True Adams is but one and is prob the best or well known.. Jones Junction, Tate are others are fast approaching this type of off road market place.. I can't say I like any of them.. Thou some have contacts us in respects to our jeep and wanting to do things for us.
If your buying a jeep right out of the box.. you should consider one of those dealerships mentioned above.. but if your doing a few simple add-ons.. I would seek out an independent shop with experience in these types of installs.. or even a jeep club. Groups of volunteers would do the simply spacer install or better on any given weekend.
The spacers are on, just need some warranty work done without getting hassled about "modifications".
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Unread 05-08-2014, 08:40 AM   #5
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.. and then the truth comes out.. Ouch.. well Good Luck with that.. BTW.. who did the spacers?.. and what is the warranty work needed?.
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