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Old 12-08-2008, 07:42 PM
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Need to find a reliable lift/alignment shop!!

I live in the Roseburg area and am sick and tired of dealing with the auto shops around here. Can you guys give me some shops that you trust. Shops that know lift kits and know how to correctly align a truck. Having issues with my 2006 f350 and bumpsteer after 8" lift, also alignment in not right yet after having it at 2 different shops.

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The best thing I can suggest is try and get a hold of Karl Talbert out in lookinglass (I think) or one of the guys in the Umpqua Valley Timber Cruisers down there. One other name comes to mind is Denny Wambold. Anyhow those guys are very good and can point you the right way and find you a good shop to deal with if they cant fix it for you. The only other suggestion is there is a 4wd shop down in Grants Pass I cant for the life of me remember their name but search for it and you should be able to find it.
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