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Jesus Christ and the American G. I.
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There used to be one on Hwy. 53 in Jasper. I don't remeber the name and I don't know if it is still there. There is also a place on Hwy. 5 in Ball Ground called Zachs Truck Accessories. I don't know if they do lifts or not but you can check with them and see.
If it don't fit, get a bigger hammer. If it breaks, chalk it up as a learning experience.
There was a time when I thought she was wrong. Turns out she was not wrong, she was mistaken.
" Life's tough. Life's tougher if your stupid. " John Wayne
Your driveway or garage is a good place to get the work done.
Find a friend and go at it.
Try your phonebook too, I am sure there are local shops that would love your business and yes you can take your own parts to most shops, this will save you some money.
Ask locals for recommended shops that they have used.
thank you everyone for the responses...I ended up buying 2.5 inch AS off of Ebay and brought them to a local shop and had them installed, the truck looks great now and sits perfectly level, I would post pics for all to see but everytime I try to load pics in my gallery it causes my browser to freeze up?
Thanks again for the help!
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