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Old 04-27-2003, 10:24 AM
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I have some jeep (TJ) coils and was wondering if anyone has a kit for installing coils for a samurai. I like the ride of a stock jeep tj and I would like me zuk to ride like this. If I can't put coils on (right now I can't even fix the distributor oil leak without knocking the timeing way off [img]images/graemlins/crazy.gif[/img]) the zuk, then maybe I will put on the wrangler (YJ) leaf springs on the zuk and run 30" tires and ride like the tj does. Thanks for any input
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Rocky Road has a kit but its pricey and requires alot of fab skills . I am considering a Jimny front axle and Tera flex tj long arms for my sammi . I think I could push the front end forward 3 inches more or so . I think it will require a different power steering gear box that points forward , like a scout box . I am still in the researching phase myself . So I am curious what the guys who have coils up front have to say if they used a jimny front or fabbed everything up themselves . I think that it would end up a lot like the ride of my old boxtop bronco .
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