Yeah a lot more places do work on Jeeps but so far the "big guys" I've heard of work on Fords.
Ya know.. you DONT need a lift to go on the beach right? Any 4WD vehicle will do (and they limit you to 33" tires or less... though I doubt anybody will care if you have 35s). Maybe in a Jeep you need a lift because ya know... it's a jeep
(just kidding, put down the pick axes sheep owners... ope there I go again)... naw I like jeeps. As a 2nd truck for the weekend. I think they drive like crap but that's another story for another day (still like them, easy easy!)
Sooo I got another recomendation for TNT today so I'll call them.
Basically I'll talk to a few places, everybody seems to be giving me the same 3-4 names so that's good. Can't seem to go wrong it seems.
Truck Shop was like $5200 after tax (or was that before, i forget now)
RMS was $7500 ish, maybe less, i forget... but yeah using BDS
Truck Shop uses Zones... which is honestly about the same price as BDS. BDS retails for $1900 for a 6" lift kit, whereas the zones was costing me $1700 from the truck shop price... so figure BDS in the real world goes for $1700-$1800 as well.
My price on a zones is like $1300 but I don't mind giving a dealer his profit since he's responsible for everything.
Truck shop seemed FAIR on the wheel/tire prices. He's gotta make money so I'm fine with that.
I DONT know what RMS was charging...
Truck shop was about a days labor... $970 (they charge $120 an hour so that's 8 hours basically)
RMS.. not sure what his rate was. I had emailed him but still waiting on a response for the breakdown...
I'll call TNT still since I got another recomendation today and I'll stop by and see Bob as well since I work down the street