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    Clemson4Wheel Center

    Took my Jeep (2002 Wrangler) in to get some work done. Here is what I needed:

    1. Replace front (Dana 30) ring and pinion
    2. Replace the axle seals on that Dana 30
    3. Go over the suspension linkage, inspect and lube all joints
    4. Replace rear bump stop
    5. Check the front end alignment


    I took it in yesterday (Wednesday, May 15th 2013) and it was ready for me to pick up by the end of the day. I went in and picked it up today and drove it back. All work was done as promised at the price quoted. And in addition, they fixed the alignment of the steering wheel (which has been off a quarter turn since I put that axle in). I didn't even mention that to them and didn't notice until half way home. I think that is great attention to detail and taking that extra step.

    It was an enjoyable experience. Great people, great work.
    This hobby begins as a search for the perfect setup, then gradually becomes the never ending discovery of the weakest link.
    Greg

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    I usually get all my soft top stuff from them, they always seem to have the best deal around on bestop parts.
    --Brooks

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    Aaaannnnd... They have that awesome rack of really old tires:
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    1992 Explorer Build with axles, tires, and bolts
    2007 Lexus GX470 with sliders, roof racks, and tires
    2005 LJ with low gears and poor fuel mileage

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    Actually, if anyone is interested, they have 4 brand new KM2's (35x12.5x15) sitting on the show room for sale.
    This hobby begins as a search for the perfect setup, then gradually becomes the never ending discovery of the weakest link.
    Greg

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    Any new 37 red labels??

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    They have an older full tred set but since they've sat inside they still feel brand new.
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    I also had just sent my winch off to be repaired at Clemson 4 wheel and boy nothing but good things to say about them!

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    Great group of guys too! Wouldn't hesitate to have any work done there and they always try to find the best deal on parts for you.

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    I had an issue with some daystar hood latches I bought from them, and Joe at Clemson 4 wheel handled it and had a new set in the mail the same day. That's customer Service!
    --Brooks

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    Did they come in already?

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