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Old 01-06-2006, 03:07 PM
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Jim Weimer Rod Garage IFS Kit in 51 Dodge PU

I Just wanted to drop a little note here about a company that really took care of me and thought others might like to know.... When I had started my truck project, I did a lot of research about the suspension (about 3 months worth), since I plan on driving this truck a lot I wanted something that I could depend on and would not cost me an arm and a leg. I also wanted to be able to replace the parts in years to come. In a forum I ran across Jim Weimer Rod Garage. I contacted them and scheduled my truck to go into their shop and have the work done. I had them install their MII IFS kit into my truck (custom unit for my truck), crossmember, air ride, motor mounts & 4 link suspension and I can't say enough about these guys. They did a great job on my truck (check it out here http://www.oldtruck.sytes.net) and the price was nothing short of excellent! Quality work, and a great bunch of guys to do business with. They didn't pressure me, got my truck in and done quick (I had them do the work on it since they were local for me). I plan on giving them more work in the future. They also do a lot more than just IFS check them out on their website at www.jimweimerrodgarage.com

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Old 01-06-2006, 05:44 PM
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Cool to hear from a fellow cheesehead who had a good experience with a custom shop. Follow the link to the company reviews, and write it up in there, too.


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