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I'm in Rhode Island, but i'd be willing to travel to a reputable shop to have an OME lift - front & rear - put on. anyone know of anything in Mass, RI or Connecticut (or maybe even VT or NH)?

(i'd do it myself but i have no garage (theres snow on the ground), no air tools (my truck is pretty rusty from all the New England salt) and it usually takes me alot longer and i have no replacement ride at the moment :( ).
 

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Hit up your local members, I'm sure someone with a garage and air would be more than happy to help you out. Will only realize beer and pizza costs, will take a lot less time, etc...
 

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yeah, i would have done that 2 years ago, but these days the NE forum is pretty silent and a couple of the folks that have tools/space don't have the time.

so - any NE people know of good shops (or have space/tools and want to help a fellow Tacoma driver out) :)
 

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Try contacting Mike Fox @ FoxFab..... http://www.foxfab4x4.com/
He's a member of Yankee Toys, and lives in Conn...He was in New Haven, but I think just recently moved, though not far away IIRC...

I know he does a lot of installs and stuff for YT members...

He hangs on Pirate a lot, too....(Mostly in the Land Cruiser forums now, I think...)
 

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Yup, Mike Fox welded a set of sliders for me. I gave him a shout, and he'll probably end up helping me out with the install (he's doing a solid-axle swap right now). Mike's a good guy. I got the parts on order so we'll see how his availability is when they get there.

Thanks!!
 

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Yup, Mike Fox welded a set of sliders for me. I gave him a shout, and he'll probably end up helping me out with the install (he's doing a solid-axle swap right now). Mike's a good guy. I got the parts on order so we'll see how his availability is when they get there.

Thanks!!
Yep, another thumbs up for Mike. I'm going to have him set me up with some sliders soon. He's a busy man these days.
 

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You might get ahold of mark at detours mfg., he's not a toyota guy, but runs a reputable 4wd shop in con. he can be contacted at [email protected], if he can't help, he can problably steer in the right direction.
 
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