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Old 08-09-2009, 10:40 PM   #1
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Who installed your LOCKERS? Looking for a credited shop to get my LOCKERS installed that's not going to rip me a new one
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Old 08-10-2009, 04:32 AM   #3
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What would be considered ripping you a new one? Do you have a budget or just an idea of what YOU want to pay? As time has proven, you get what you pay for. Do you have any working knowledge of what it takes for lockers to be installed?

Just questions that'll help the next person to answer your question. You'll need to be knowledgeable without being insulting to the installer-to-be. Just think of your mood if you offered your services to someone (in what ever field you employ) and that person comes back with, "How much?...That's crazy"

Good luck,
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Setup is far more important and cheaper in the long run than saving a dollar upfront.
Good prices, amazing work-----

Yotamasters in Corona. 951-279-0220 It should be Eric that answers. tell him Aaron from Mammoth Lakes sent ya.

Marlincrawler.com is another I would use.
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Setup is far more important and cheaper in the long run than saving a dollar upfront.
Good prices, amazing work-----

Yotamasters in Corona. 951-279-0220 It should be Eric that answers. tell him Aaron from Mammoth Lakes sent ya.

Marlincrawler.com is another I would use.
thanks Zidaro I will defintely check both of those places out
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Thanks everyone for chimming in and giving me the info I was looking for and the advice
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Thanks everyone for chimming in and giving me the info I was looking for and the advice
What setup did you end up going with?
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What setup did you end up going with?
I went with what you suggested I got the ICONS w/ resi sliders and both fron and rear ARB with pump sorry i kind of copied you but i dont wan to take fire roads when you guys are going up sick shizz...I dont know if you know who this is but it's mario I had the grey sport taco when we wnt to Cleghorn. Oh and thanks for recommending yotamasters I was just asking on here to c if i could find something closer to me.
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I went with what you suggested I got the ICONS w/ resi sliders and both fron and rear ARB with pump sorry i kind of copied you but i dont wan to take fire roads when you guys are going up sick shizz...I dont know if you know who this is but it's mario I had the grey sport taco when we wnt to Cleghorn. Oh and thanks for recommending yotamasters I was just asking on here to c if i could find something closer to me.
Damn that was quick... Did you order everything already? If not, I recommend you start off with just the rear locker. There is a learning curve you must go through. You wont learn as much if you jump strait into a fully locked rig, not to mention your more likely to break something.
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