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 Post subject: JCR Offroad?
 Post Posted: Fri Jan 02, 2009 1:31 pm 
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Has anyone bought anything or had anything built from these guys? I am thinking of buying a rear bumper for the MJ from them. Any opinions would be great.

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 Post subject: Re: JCR Offroad?
 Post Posted: Fri Jan 02, 2009 1:52 pm 
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Yep! I got my rear bumper from them I'm very happy with it, it took forever to get here but they told me that, so it was expected and they state it on the website. I say they are a good company Boogers and shit!!.
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 Post subject: Re: JCR Offroad?
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Ive heard of them on another site. they seem to do good work....here is a 1/2 exo cage they did for a xj




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chaz wrote:
Has anyone bought anything or had anything built from these guys? I am thinking of buying a rear bumper for the MJ from them. Any opinions would be great.

Thanks... :tu2:

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 Post subject: Re: JCR Offroad?
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alan, how long did it take?

if i do get one ill just see if i can drive up there and pick it up, it would cost me less than $20 to drive there and back to get it. way cheaper than shipping it...LOL


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 Post subject: Re: JCR Offroad?
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I think it was like 14 weeks. I'm not really sure, it says on there website though...how long it takes for them to build it and ship it Boogers and shit!!

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 Post subject: Re: JCR Offroad?
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95YJMan wrote:
I think it was like 14 weeks. I'm not really sure, it says on there website though...how long it takes for them to build it and ship it Boogers and shit!!



good god, i could have one made for you in about 1-2 weeks, alot les time if i have no orders. which i dont right now. and from how much you told me your cost, half the price

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 Post subject: Re: JCR Offroad?
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95YJMan wrote:
I think it was like 14 weeks. I'm not really sure, it says on there website though...how long it takes for them to build it and ship it Boogers and shit!!


yea if it takes 14 weeks forget that...


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 Post subject: Re: JCR Offroad?
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JCR is good peps. They are a NAXJA supporter...

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 Post subject: Re: JCR Offroad?
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95YJMan wrote:
I think it was like 14 weeks. I'm not really sure, it says on there website though...how long it takes for them to build it and ship it Boogers and shit!!


got on there website and it says something like 1 to 2 weeks, so im going to call them monday and see if they can have a front and rear bumper and sliders done by the end of feburary. And if they can im going to order them...


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