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Do you want to know how to do a SPOA?

Hey, I've seen some posts on here about people wanting to do a SPOA and not pay lots on a kit. Well, I just got my "How To" part done on my web-page. For you Zuk owners that want to do a SPOA for lots less click on this link http://www.geocities.com/suzukules/SPOA/SPOA.html and find out how I did my SPOA on a budget.

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Re: Do you want to know how to do a SPOA?

so say i have a stock samurai all I would need for a basic SPOA is a spring pads? would a 5 inch lift from plain stock need the driveline spacers and brake line extentions? Would i need a drop pitman arm? How about shocks, are there any good long ones i could use without new shock mounts? I know this is a bunch o questions but im just trying to save money.
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Re: Do you want to know how to do a SPOA?

Hey, I got some extended brake lines from NAPA auto parts. The part # is 36967 for the front and the rear is # 38673. NAPA told me that it was $ 20 for the front and $24 for the rear. I also asked about some shocks and they had some 24" long (extended) shocks that were $17! I'll have to get the part number for ya later, its not in front of me now. Also, If you want to get the most out of your SPOA you can make your own shock mount towers for the front and for the rear make something like Petroworks makes. I've made my own and will post on my web-page how I did it and where you can get the stuff to make it. About the drop pit. arm, I made my own "Z" link out of some steel, I'll again be posting how I did that soon on my web-page as soon as I get the pictures back and scanned into the computer. I think the only thing you will need to buy is driveline spacers. If you are like me, I like to save $ whenever I can (thanks to the military), you can make everything that the zuk companys sell if you have a open mind and don't mind a little trial and error. If you want hardcore stuff and don't want to do it your self, then buy from people like Glenn and then you don't have to worry about it, but again you will be paying for it!


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