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    Default new 4wd shop in butler?

    http://pittsburgh.craigslist.org/pts/1386613171.html

    Anyone ever heard of this guy? Nice CJ-7 and rubi in his add.

    Small offroad shop located in Butler, PA. Offers parts and services for all your offroad needs including lift-kits, bumpers, wheels/tires, programmers, taunneau covers, exhausts, etc. Specializes in diesel and jeep vehicles. Also has used items for sale such as brush guards, lift-kits, programmers, exhausts, etc. If in need of any parts or services for your offroad vehicle please give us a call!

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    Its about time someone gives meridian a run for there money.

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    Quote Originally Posted by YJIM View Post
    Its about time someone gives meridian a run for there money.
    little hostile eh...
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    funny thing is that i have never seen any of those rigs at all ever...
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    I've seen the chevy. Its bolt on stuff. Not that there is anything wrong with that.
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    no not at all
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    I googled them and the only thing that came up was the ad that was posted. They dont have a website :(
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    is the 991 prefix a cell number? seems strange if it is. i'll stick with known dealers.not saying small is bad but how long can he make it in todays economy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by junker View Post
    is the 991 prefix a cell number? seems strange if it is. i'll stick with known dealers.not saying small is bad but how long can he make it in todays economy.
    hopefully a long time
    nothing to see here!

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    it helps alot if everyone knows em. or someone knows em. might be a great place. time will tell... now if was "justins extreme offroad" i'd be lining up at the door. the quality of your work is a known factor. i dont know this guy.... but perhaps more dealers= more compitition and lower prices.
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