Holy cow, that is a beautiful scrambler! The one pic looks like Innsbrook.Hey, I am in St. Louis also, Join Midwest Jeep thing. If you are close to Chesterfield, check out Hellbent performance in the valley, great shop. I do most of my own stuff, so if you need tips or help, let me know. I am in Midwest Jeep thing club and attend the meetings when I can also we go to some of the off road events when we can also.
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Great, I'll reach out to Josh in Columbia. Thank you for the recommendation.@JoshCard is in Columbia Mo... He is definitely one of us.. He might have some input. Worst case he could give you input on CoMo. I've found that good small town shops are better than big city shops...
Holy cow, that is a beautiful scrambler! The one pic looks like Innsbrook.
My plan is to join the Midwest Jeep group you mentioned and attend meetings if possible. Let me know if you would be willing to meet up sometime so you can check out my Scrambler for tips. I live in U City, so I can come to Chesterfield and also introduce myself to the guys at Hellbent. Thank you for the recommendations.
I bought it a few weeks ago and I run around Delmar a fair amount. I would suggest we meet for lunch, but I think the restaurants just got shut down again. I'm gathering parts to get installed at some point. I have a message into Hellbent, but have not heard back. My local mechanic is fine, but certainly not a Scrambler pro.Good eye, it is innsbrook, we have friends with a place out there. How long ago did you get your scrambler? I think I have seen it running around U. City, my office is at 5977 Delmar.
I can understand wanting to feel safe driving with the kids... but I feel compelled to point out that the best (if not only) way to acquire the Jeep adjustment/repair/modification "skillset," is to roll up your sleeves and dig in.
You can get answers to pretty much any questions right here on this forum, and you can find local enthusiasts to help you out with hands-on training. Your boys can get in on it too, and learn skills that just aren't taught in school anymore.
Also, if you think Scrambler prices are outrageous now (I certainly do), just wait and see what they'll be in 3-5 years! You could probably double your money just by parking your Scrambler in the garage for 5 years... although I don't recommend that, either.
Good luck with whatever you decide!