My 1989 Jeep YJ ("Wrangler") developed a somewhat-common but often cha... read more My 1989 Jeep YJ ("Wrangler") developed a somewhat-common but often challenging to pin down problem called "Death Wobble," known well to Jeep folk, while on a long return trip from Upstate New York to Virginia. From I-81, I searched for a comprehensive shop that had some good reviews that could handle drivetrain and tires. Hats off to Randy, Brian, and the stellar mechanic whose name I didn't catch. I came in out of nowhere at 4:30 on a Monday afternoon and dropped this thing in their lap. While they weren't able to reweld the sway bar link, they were able to tighten up my track bar and get me the tire I needed that was a thumbtack away from exploding. Thing looked like the Hindenburg "before" picture. They were courteous and quick, professional and informed, and above all, did what they needed to do for the right price. I was very, very grateful for the expertise of the mechanic on duty, and Randy and Brian, if you read this, gold star for that guy. He knew his stuff and my ride home was awesome after the fix. The shop is easy to find, clean, substantive, and you can even see straight onto the shop floor from inside, giving you a clear, transparent view of what's going on with your vehicle. Tire selection was very good, prices were totally fair, and heck, free wifi to boot. I went a bit out of my way, bypassing a few "mom and pop" shops on the way, thinking, I've got a feeling about this place, and I'm glad I did. If you're in the need of a shop and you're anywhere nearby, it's worth the drive down 61 to patronize Jack Williams in Shamokin.