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post #1 of (permalink) Old 12-09-2003, 07:01 AM Thread Starter
 
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Vendor Appreciation

Since I got home I've been working on the Samurai, getting ready for the next wheeling season that I hope to be home in time for. Just wanted to mention a couple things. The Breeze kit is every bit as strong as everyone mentions and is simple to install. The Trailtough front bumper I got was also simple and is built really well. Also, had a little error with my 6:1 transfer case order from over at Roadless, Figmo had the problem fixed in absolutely no time. Everything was ready to go as soon as I got here. Just wanted to let the vendors know I appreciate the quality and time that goes into their products and more importantly, their service. Thanks guys. Can't wait to get pics up when it's finished.
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Which breeze kit did you buy? I am looking to go SPOA soon and feedback from others here who went ahead of me is encouraged. I am considering the Breeze kit as well as Trail toughs super deluxe kit.
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I'm running the Breeze basic SPOA kit, with NCO's ARS and RUF kits. CJ's out back, rears up front. I was talking about the Breeze Crossover steering kit there. We did the SPOA back in Feb. I was very satisfied with the parts, everything was built really well. Hoping my DT8000's will get here from NCO before I leave, they were backordered. I also plan to put the Ford shock towers up front. Already have them just haven't done it yet.
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Did you get the crossover kit or the high steer kit from Breeze? Haven't seen a pic of the high steer yet ....or cost?
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Got the crossover. Wanted the high steer but never heard anything else about it. I figured at the this point I don't need it anyway and by the time I'm ready to go a little more extreme they'll be trailtested. Plus, I know I can easily sell the crossover I have now if I decide to upgrade it later. A spooled Sammy with rears up front, CJ's, and some 31" Swampers will do quite a bit offroad so it'll probably be a while before I do any drastic changes.
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