Originally Posted by Boogyman
Low country 4x4 wanted 2100 dollars in labor to lift my scout. We had all the parts already. I bought a new air compressor and all new air tool for less than that and did my lift myself.
GOOD GOD That's crazy expensive!!! I have most all of the tools I would need and two compressor's.. May have to just suck it up and play weekend wrencher. Lowcountry 4X4 hasn't impressed me over the phone and I honestly get a bad taste when I talk to them. I can't say for sure if they do shotty work or not but I have to go with my gut on this one.
Originally Posted by SGTCap
Do not use King Offroad/ Adam King. He took a week to do mine and still fucked it up. Just this morning I realised he put extended brake lines on the front of my truck instead of the rear. Now I've got brake lies touching my tires when I turn to lock, and rears that can pull out if I flex too much.
Dang, so this one is off the list as well. I have no time for someone to take my truck for a week and return it with problems..
I guess I have to keep looking/hoping someone here knows a reputable shop that is actually good at doing lifts. I really need a place where I can take my truck in if possible on a Saturday morning and pick it up that afternoon. I feel like a shop that does lifts regulary should have no problem doing one in a day. If they can't, well then how do they keep the doors open. I also can't imagine the labor cost if it takes multiple days to complete the job.
In a perfect world ; I'll buy my kit online and then take it somewhere close and get it knocked out in no time.. I'm surprised there's not a local TW member that's a lift installing pro that does them on the side for extra money??