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Old 10-07-2009, 06:38 PM
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Eastern Truck and Accessories/Easter Offroad v. Pungo Offroad

Anyone know who does better work? I had Eastern install a push bar on my Bronco last year and they took longer than I had hoped but did good work. Anyone have any imput on whether Pungo Offroad is better or worse?
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I have seen alot of trucks with the pungo offroad stickers on the back window. i have even owned one after it was lifted. They have been in business for quite some time now. Another option is Twisted Diesel in Chesapeake. They just opened a new shop and turn out some quality work.
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Old 10-29-2009, 03:04 PM
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i live ten min from twisted and pungo. they both put out top notch stuff.
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Where is Twisted's new shop/store? Weren't they off of Birdneck Road?

I've yet to do business with Pungo, but they have a good reputation. ETA has done two lift installs for me. Much like you they took longer than I was expecting, but the install was top notch and great customer service. Prices are a little high, though.
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Ya Rave does some good work. About time he got out of that building.

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Prices are a little high, though.
Yeah, that sounds about right. I got a push bar installed on my bronco. $100 for the bar, $100 for labor because it included cutting and welding. The guy who did the install wanted to charge me like $150 more because of all that, but the guy who quoted me said that didn't matter, a quote is a quote. Been a fan ever since.
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Twisted Diesel is on 168 (Battlefield Blvd) just south of Centerville Turnpike near that Hardees. They have their own building now.
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Correct me if im wrong but doesnt twisted only do performance and not lifts or anything else? I know when ive talked to rave before he said he hated lifts.
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He'll do them and will order you all the parts if you want to do it yourself. But you are correct, he is steering the shop into the performance/engine repair world.
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I got mine done at Pungo. I would go back to them if needed. They've even let me use their tools to work on my truck at their shop. And Rob the owner ensured my truck was completed and was top priority so I could drive to AZ for my sisters HS Graduation.
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