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Off Road Shop Guide - Custom 4x4 Jeep Shops

Posted in Features on August 12, 2009
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Know of a Good Custom Shop?

We're putting together a guide to custom shops across the U.S., and who better to ask to do our legwork than you? We want recommendations for shops that did your engine swap, built your rollcage, or did any kind of good fabrication work. Think of it as one reader recommending a shop to another reader.

Now, don't just send us a note saying there's a great custom shop in your town that built your Jeep and it's behind the Waffle House near that place where the thing happened that time a few years ago. These are the specifics we need:

*Correct name of the shop

*Contact info (Web site and phone number)

*The type of custom work they do

*A couple of sentences about why you liked the shop

If you've got a photo of your Jeep as a work in progress while at the shop, feel free to send it, although we can't promise we'll use it. And don't send us more than one photo or 10 different angles of it. One photo is all we want. And surprisingly, we do have standards at Jp: The image must be a minimum of 300 dpi, or minimum dimensions of 1600 x 1200 pixels. Format can be .jpg, .eps, or .tif.

Send info to Jp Custom Shops at

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