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PostSubject: Appalachian Offroad   Tue Apr 06, 2010 6:20 pm

Mike Bosley at Appalachian Offroad has been a fantastic vendor to deal with.. Over the past few years Mike has supported a few of us Raiders..

Please contact Mike for all your Jeep needs. He is a fantastic fabricator and is very nice to deal with......

Most of the work on the Crush was performed at Appalachian...

Full cage..
Skid work
Front Yukon Chromoly, detroit, superjoints
Rear Yukon 35 spline chromoly, spool..
4 to 1
lots more I cant even think of right now....

08 Duramax "Krawler Hauler"/ 98 TJ "Orange Crush" OLD SCHOOL OFFROAD at its BEST!!

The Crush has made its way to Arkansas and been replaced with a 97 Wrangler named "___________"....
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Location : Harford County
Registration date : 2009-02-02

PostSubject: Re: Appalachian Offroad   Thu Apr 08, 2010 10:51 pm


Mike did a phenomenal job with setting up the axles, drive shafts, steering, hydro-assist, suspension, traction bar............etc., etc.

The Knight has performed flawlessly; (except for occasional driver error) since Mike did the work and I have not had one problem that I can think of with any of the work he did.

Oh yeah, and as a bonus I thought the final price was VERY reasonable!
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