A sneak peek into the Omix-ADA/Rugged Ridge warehouse

stumpXJ

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I just met Josh (revmaynard) at his place of work a little while ago. With some huge help from him, we were able to get his company to donate a nice 20,000 pound recovery kit as well as a synthetic winch line for the NAXJA Giveaway Cherokee Project as our SEC portion of the donation towards the build.

Huge thanks to Josh and Rugged Ridge in supporting what we do! Please remember them when considering your next Jeep related purchase. They were also big donors at the 2013 Cherokee Crawl this year for the raffle items.

Here are the goods that are going on the Giveaway Cherokee.





While I was there, he was able to give me a mini tour of the warehouse and jeep collection showroom. The Owner is an avid collector of old Jeep, and has quite a nice stash. Here are some pictures of just a few of those...

























What blew me away was the amount of inventory they had... and apparently this wasnt even close to all of it.

These are all various CJ tubs. (And the bearded wonder is Josh...)



More tubs.



Thousands and thousands of Jeep parts.




 

stumpXJ

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Anybody need any OEM Dana 60 Yokes? They have some brand new old stock...lol.




Josh told me the owner purchased OEM parts from Chrysler as overstock items. It equates to over 200 complete Jeep XJ's worth of parts. Body panels, engines, everything. Here are crates upon crates of entire XJ body panels. The entire side of an XJ, about 8 of them in one crate. Multiple crates.





Anyone need a Chrysler unpainted OEM XJ hood?





Crazy...I could spend weeks plundering through all that stuff! Thanks again to Josh and Rugged Ridge!
 
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PacificEd

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NAXJA Member
I went there to get my 1996 OEM floor pan stamping. Virgin metal. I didn't get the tour you got but there was some cool stuff in there for sure.
 

Cnickgo

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Wow. Amazing. Droooooool. Thank you Omix-ADA/Rugged Ridge!!!! Yall are amazing in the support that you give to our club and have certainly won my business.
 

Lowrange2

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NAXJA Member
Dang, that's freakin awesome! I wish I could have got that tour instead of the Aquarium tour last time I was down...
 

PacificEd

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NAXJA Member
Where are they at?

That's awesome!
Suwanee, Georgia. Not far off the I-85 in an industrial park.

I don't think they sell direct to the public. I bought my floor pan online from a place in Alabama and asked if I could go pick it up. So I saved freight and sales tax on the part which made it a super great deal.

If they did sell direct, we could certainly help them out.
 

revmaynard

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I'm glad you enjoyed it! I don't get guests/visitors very often, but when I do I try to show them around a bit if possible. I'm glad we were able to donate as well, being a ''Joe Schmoe'' of the community I know how much of an impact it makes when a manufacturer is willing to lend a hand or help where they can, so naturally I try to get us to throw in whenever and wherever we're able!
 

Ghost

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NAXJA Member
I'm glad you enjoyed it! I don't get guests/visitors very often, but when I do I try to show them around a bit if possible. I'm glad we were able to donate as well, being a ''Joe Schmoe'' of the community I know how much of an impact it makes when a manufacturer is willing to lend a hand or help where they can, so naturally I try to get us to throw in whenever and wherever we're able!
Thanks!
 

PacificEd

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NAXJA Member
Maybe we need to have a get together at Omix-ADA. It would be fun to get together in one place and see oodles of Jeep parts.

Meet & Greet?
 

revmaynard

New member
Currently I don't think that would be an option as we're preparing for a lot of facility changes, but maybe later on down the road that is something we can set up!
 

UNCC_99XJ

Twisted Up
NAXJA Member
Maybe we need to have a get together at Omix-ADA. It would be fun to get together in one place and see oodles of Jeep parts.

Meet & Greet?
I would happily drive down to GA for this. It's do-able as a day trip from my area.
 
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