Joe is authentic. 3 hour drive from Carefree to Sheep Bridge 9/13/2015 and Joe was glad to be there. Truly Joe is about doing the right thing. No big talk, just true conversation and deffinately knows what to do, how to get it done. Call Joe...he will show and get it towed.
Pete Sterling said:August 24, 2015 2:47 am PST
Stuck deep in the mountains south of Tucson, a friend found Joe on the internet after getting my 2015 Tacoma stuck on the edge of a cliff, teetering on the edge. I called Joe, and he agreed to come down here and get me out. With almost nothing to anchor the winch, Joe found a way, and got me free. I thought for sure the truck was gone. He is unbelievable! Very professional and a great guy. I will recommend him to everyone I know. Thanks again, Joe!
Steve Frappier said:August 16, 2015 2:02 pm PST
I had contacted several tow companies to help me out of the Gila River at the end of Cochran Rd. No one even knew where I was at and when I finally made it clear to them, they refused or simply didn't show up!
Joe knew exactly where I was at, got there when he said he would and got me out. He even brought me water! I will keep his card and recommend him to everyone I meet who 4x4's or off-roads!
Thanks Joe and Cathy!
rene uriarte jr said:July 20, 2015 5:49 pm PST
Hey joe "rock krawler" here. Just wanted to say thanks again for coming and getting us out. Wouldn't have been able to do it on my own . But thanks to you and willard we were able to be back on the road again. Definitely going to hand out your cards and reccomend you. Great guy very knowledgable. And most of all friendly. Well be safe and looking forward to seeing your new videos from your adventures and we can't wait to get get back out once again.
Clark said:April 2, 2015 6:22 pm PST
I was off-roading this past weekend near Superior on a trail section called the power-line rock garden or Biatch Hill (depending on the map), I ended up with a ‘spun pumpkin’ and a broken rear drive shaft. My JK was caught in the worst place possible, with at least 100 yards to flat ground up or down the hill. The hill was difficult to walk, much less imagine a tow-truck maneuvering. After walking out (no cell service) a friend gave me Joe’s name. Immediately I felt the situation was under control. Joe and I arranged a meeting place, and when I arrived early, I was surprised to see him already there. We went to the trail in his beast of a vehicle, which reached my JK as effortlessly as it would run to 7-eleven for milk. Joe got my Jeep in drivable condition (front wheel drive) and towed me out, then followed me to the shop. Great service, great price, great guy…. I would highly recommend Joe to anyone caught in a similar situation.