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Old 09-14-2010, 03:37 PM   #1
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Great Service:
Somewhere between Goodland. Ks and Denver, the Electrical Cable between the Monical and Jeep Wrangler came lose and the Monical end connector was destroyed. After several calls for a replacement, it was suggested that I call Lambert Hitch, Denver. I called Lambert Hitch and talked to Moe. Moe asked if I had the damaged cable. I said yes, and he said to bring it in and he would replace the connector and repair the cable. When I arrived Moe removed the damaged connector and replaced it with a new one and checked to make sure that all connections were correct.

I was in and out in less that 30 minutes. Charge $20.00. A complete shop. Great service. Service doesn’t get any better than that.  
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I was in and out in less that 30 minutes. Charge $20.00. A complete shop. Great service. Service doesn’t get any better than that.
Thanks for the review! I also doesn't get any better than "you" for sharing your experience with the rest of the crew!
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