Join Date: Oct 2004
Location: Russellville, ar
Ask around for a good shop because if you don't you'll find the little stuff that will forever piss you off. Also try the little guys that have a small outfit, they usually need the money worse than the bigger guys so they'll usually do a cheaper quote and usually better service.
Things to check yourself, transmission shifting normally, ac working, winch still works, cruise control, also if the check engine light is on that falls into that category.
Next, ask the guy doing the quote if he can get access to after market products so you can replace the tin can bumper with a real bumper and fog lights with kc's! You can also climb under it or park it on a hill and look at the frame your self. You looking for cracks, ripples, wavieness, any distortion or bending of any component and write it down in a note book....take pictures if you can, this way you know that the shop actually fixed the problem areas and didn't solely fix the cosmetics.
Good luck, get lots of quotes so you can find the best deal!