4x4 shop in new england
i live in the Boston Mass area. I'm not familiar with lifts and other jeep mods. i'd like to get a reputable 4x4 shop to install a lift on my new '04 sport so i can get fatter tires on her... anyone know of a reputable shop in the new england area who has experience installing lifts and other mods?
Welcome to the forum. Not sure exactly where you live - I'm on the South Shore and know of one place over in Stoughton. I can't think of the name of the place right now, but they advertise in the Want Ad.
1997 Sport - R.E. 2" BB - 31" BFG MT's on ProComp 1069's - complete Borla exhaust - Optima yellow top - A to Z sliders - Olympic rear bumper - Alpine CD/MP3 - Tuffy door locks - Meyer Snowplow
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There's more to wide tires than just a lift. Back spacing on your wheels gonna be enough with what you want to go with? It'd suck to not have clearance behind the wheels. Any local/state laws gonna require wider flares to be instaled? Any specific purpose for this tire switch? (pavement pounding or real wheelin') Also, just as a FYI, wide rubbers ain't the greatest for heavily rained on roads or in snow.
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