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post #11 of (permalink) Old 09-25-2000, 07:32 AM
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Obviously, you don't know jack. The KIA is a full frame with a true t-case.

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Contact Calmini at http://www.calmini.com

They do Suzuki, but might be able to help.

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I stand corrected but they're still a piece of $hit.

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Re: body lift

You could alway make a body lift using Boat trailer rollers, just don't make a lift bigger than 3", you need to get new bolts and probably move the radiator, filler hose and some wiring.
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Geez, sleez... you don't know [censored] do you? Afraid that the Kia may out-do you?
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anyone got pics of the 'works' Baja Sportage to show these two characters?

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I remember when the Suzuki Samarai first came to the States, it got laughed at as much as the Kias. Now look at what you can do with a Zook. I've seen them go places I could barely walk through, let alone drive. What I'm saying is, let the aftermarket catch up a little bit and watch guys start to put solid axles under their Kias.
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The Kia ****tage has a full ladder frame, lo-range t-case and a solid rear axle. They dream of being as capable as the V6 Suzuki Grand Vitara.

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truckworld.com has a pic of a body lifted Kia You should check it out, nice.
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