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Bullhide 4x4 & Auto Accessories

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(2 Reviews)

5817 S College Ave, Fort Collins, CO 80525

(970) 224-2288

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Today: 9:00 am - 1:00 pm
Tomorrow: Closed
23
YEARS
IN BUSINESS
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Your One Stop Accessory Shop!

General Info
Located in Fort Collins, CO, Bullhide 4x4 is Northern Colorado's largest 4x4 parts and accessories showroom. Founded by Scott and Susan Butter in 1996, Bullhide has grown to carry a full line of parts and accessories as well as offers installation and maintenance service on all 4x4 vehicles. If you've never been to Bullhide, come check us out. Our talented, friendly staff can help you customize your vehicle and maximize your truck's performance. If your Jeep's not running right, our ASE-certified technicians can quickly diagnose your troubles and get you back in action. We're dedicated to customer service built on family values, honesty, integrity, and quality products. At Bullhide you'll find: • Bumpers and towing products • Off-road armor • Tires • Winches • Bullhide's original spray-on liner • Engines and transmissions • Batteries • Aftermarket lighting There's so much more in our store for your vehicle. You'll have to come see our showroom for yourself. Let us help you customize, service, and repair your perfect 4x4 toy. We're a great community and love getting up the mountain as much as our customers do. Come join our 4x4 family. Call Bullhide 4x4 for service and specials today.
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A+
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Hours
Regular Hours
Mon - Fri:
Sat:
SunClosed
Brands
  • Skyjacker
  • Rancho
Payment method
amex, discover, master card, visa
Associations
ASE Certified,BBB Accredited Business
Categories
Automobile Accessories, Four Wheel Drive Vehicles-Supplies & Parts, Truck Equipment & Parts
Other Information

Parking: Lot

Specialties: Pickup Trucks

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Big A.

10/01/2016

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Took my old CJ7 in for a transmission swap. Done in one day, done right. After noticing a discrepancy in the charge vs ESTIMATE I received by phone, money was cheerfully refunded.
I recommend bullhide. Fair, and they know what theyre doing.

oodlesofnoodles

05/26/2011

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This was the worst experience ...

This was the worst experience I have ever had with any specialized automotive maintenance company. It first began when I started calling around town to get estimates on some work I wanted to have done on my vehicle. I spoke to a man over the phone, at Bullhide, for quite a while, and we came up with a price that I was satisfied with. This was the determining factor for me, not only because the price was right, but because they seemed as though they would stand behind their work. Little did I know that after all of the work was said and done I would have a bill that was almost twice as much as the original price quoted to me. When I brought this to the attention of the man I had spoken with on the phone I was asked if I had anything on an official paper stating the agreement. I said no, and was rebutted with him saying that he doesn’t remember speaking with me. They wouldn’t budge on this newly acquired price, so I ended up paying. This is not the only issue I have had. The next issue began when I decided to put some highway miles on my vehicle a few days after they had worked on it. While on the road I ran over a small bump, and my vehicle began to shake violently causing me to swerve into a ditch to avoid harming anyone. When I called to inquire about the issue I was told to bring it in and they would look at it. I later found out that the person working on the vehicle had forgotten to tighten my track bar. When I brought my car in to have them fix the issue they tried, but now there is a strange grinding noise that was never present before, and the violent shaking caused me to blow out a ball joint seal. When I brought the vehicle in a third time I was told that there was no grinding noise that they heard, but they could fix my ball joint for $300. They gave me no price break, even though it was their error. I still have the grinding noise today, and will never go back there or recommend them to anyone.