Best Orange County, California for 392 Accessories and Mods?

Stealth7

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Happy Holidays All!

Like many, I am waiting for my 392 to arrive.

When I look at the various threads regarding modifications, some people appear to be quite skilled in this regard. For me, I would prefer to use someone would give me a reasonable price on the parts, some guidance on which parts to add based on my needs, and then install the parts. I am located in coastal Orange County, California and was wondering if anyone had any recommendations for good shops in the area.

Thank you for your thoughts!
 
Happy Holidays All!

Like many, I am waiting for my 392 to arrive.

When I look at the various threads regarding modifications, some people appear to be quite skilled in this regard. For me, I would prefer to use someone would give me a reasonable price on the parts, some guidance on which parts to add based on my needs, and then install the parts. I am located in coastal Orange County, California and was wondering if anyone had any recommendations for good shops in the area.

Thank you for your thoughts!
I lived there for a while, and my office is there.
you’re screwed. Do the work yourself.
sorry… truth hurts. 😜
 
There are several around, Rebel, 4 Wheel Parts, Outlaw are the big ones. Everything I went to these shops for a. Install quote it seemed like a rip. However it is OC CA and labor is expensive here. I ended up using a local guy, he is a bit slow but is OCD or I like to call it ATD. Attention to detail. Really close, he lives in my house and sleeps with my wife.
 
There are several around, Rebel, 4 Wheel Parts, Outlaw are the big ones. Everything I went to these shops for a. Install quote it seemed like a rip. However it is OC CA and labor is expensive here. I ended up using a local guy, he is a bit slow but is OCD or I like to call it ATD. Attention to detail. Really close, he lives in my house and sleeps with my wife.
Very Nice!

Going with Rebel Offroad. Yes, labor is a bit high for what they are doing. My 392 is in production now, so I hope to have it by Late May.
 
Happy Holidays All!

Like many, I am waiting for my 392 to arrive.

When I look at the various threads regarding modifications, some people appear to be quite skilled in this regard. For me, I would prefer to use someone would give me a reasonable price on the parts, some guidance on which parts to add based on my needs, and then install the parts. I am located in coastal Orange County, California and was wondering if anyone had any recommendations for good shops in the area.

Thank you for your thoughts!
Brothers 4x4 in Montclair is solid.
 
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