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Old 06-14-2001, 02:59 PM
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I am searching for the article in a precvious issue of Patterson offroad mag. It's the article where they do the crossover steering conversion on a Dodge RC or a truck. It's not that old but I never got the issue and I know one of you guys have to have it. If someone can photocopy it for me or make it digital and send it in my email I would be very greatful.
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Come on.. someone got to have this article..


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I thought someone else would give you that info via there piles of old issues but I guess they don't have it. I went looking through my piles of mags and found it in the sept 2000, the one with how to fit 44's. It has 4 pages for the crossover steering conversion. I can have my wife scan the pages if you don't have the issue, let me know...


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I would like a copy of that please. Thanks for your time..

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No. I guess everyone thought the next guy was going to get it for me. I still don't have it yet if you can scan it for me and send it to my email that would be great.
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Thanks for the heads up the issue month superswamper, I just scanned the article, Iv'e already mailed it to you Mudologist and kc8lnb.



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Thanks dude, my wife was having a hard time with it last night, it would take over an hour to down load it just to email it to them. We scanned it easily but those pictures I guess was giving her a hard time somehow...thanks, Bobby.


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while you are at it, i was wondering if you could send me a copy of the article to rockfordshaker2@aol.com thanks alot

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I'd like a copy too, please.

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Hey Mike, hows the ramslammer doing? We need to get together with Deano and do some more awesome 4-wheeling again... He wants to do old florida rd the hard way, which means lockers or winching up and over:-), sounds challenging. I've now gone the easier way 4 times so I guess its time. The end of the trail from the easy way will be the toughest for sure. I just need to get a locker up front but an Arb air locker is the only choice for my dana 60 w/cad :-( or do some surgery and transplant a conversion kit in and still have to get a locker. The arb sounds great but there so exspensive $650 plus compresser on top of that, I'm still pondering over the choices...


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