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post #1 of (permalink) Old 05-28-2003, 11:55 PM Thread Starter
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Steering Q\'s revisited.

just got home from the bosses place. fixed the z link so that i can tool around town and some of the mild stuff round here.

my question is with a month and a bit to get ready for the melt what would be my best solution for steering. Breeze, calmini, tt, spider trax. i don't know if there will be to many of the merc. parts in the junk yard round here.

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Re: Steering Q\'s revisited.

btt, comon guy's your honest opinion please

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Re: Steering Q\'s revisited.

My personal 2cents I like the breeze set up..
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Re: Steering Q\'s revisited.

I've run the Calmini setup for over 4 years and it's worked great with absolutly no bumpsteer. Untill I swaped to coil front (my design) and it gets in the way. Calmini is a good setup but I can't use it any more.
If you choose the Calmini setup, I've got one for sale.

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Re: Steering Q\'s revisited.

I have the breeze setup on both of my Zuks and it is strong . But your tierod will still take a beating . I am going to try a .250 wall tierod from Brent at Trail tough and see how it works . I think Breeze has a true crossover setup out now . There are few guys running around with them . If you want to go the Mercedes route , I think Sean at aftermarket has aset of the arms . Good luck
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Re: Steering Q\'s revisited.

Breeze crossover
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Re: Steering Q\'s revisited.

well today i actually found the arms off of a merc. both sides cost me 75 cad not bad, beats spendin 400 to get the breeze one. now i can spend the money on there traction bar. will post pics as i get it done.

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