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Anyone know a good shop in this area. I used Ozark off road in the past, but they closed. I usually do most of my own work, but I need some welding done and I need to rebuild my rear shocks--but rather pay someone else to do it.
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Thanks Hornsfan (wow as a Razorback fan, I've never said that before!) Seriously thanks for the info. I just had a friend tell me the same thing, so that sounds like the place!
 

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Thanks Hornsfan (wow as a Razorback fan, I've never said that before!) Seriously thanks for the info. I just had a friend tell me the same thing, so that sounds like the place!
It is hard to find the place. It is really just a big sheet metal building with tools and good ole boys inside. Jule (the owner) is a good guy and is really good at freelancing if you don't have a good idea of how you want things set up. I let him do my roof rack light mounts, wiring and switches with no template and it came out great.
 

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If you don't mind making a trip 45 minutes south of you.....there are 4 or 5 shops here in the Fort..
 
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