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post #1 of (permalink) Old 11-16-2000, 10:08 AM Thread Starter
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I may be way off here, so let us know what you think?

We (USA) are only a week away from the Holiday Season. Many people will
start their Christmas shopping the day after Thanksgiving. Not sure when
the rest of the World starts theirs?

To most of you with a family, that means the little woman will be after
you to save some money to buy Little Timmy that bike on sale at
Wal-Mart, instead of buying the cool stuff for your Zooki.

Along with the shipping delays, it may be a fiasco to get our parts to
you on time, without some difficulty.

So to keep our customers/Friends/Wives happy, and keep up with them, we
are going to only take orders that are absolutely necessary. We are
slowing down a little (as if we were ever fast) We are backed up right
now with orders, and will spend every waking moment getting all of them
caught up.

I would like to ask everyone to change your oil, do a tune-up, and all
that, keep your Zook running until after the first of the year. Buy them
kids all that they need, and make the wife happy! Also have a Happy
Holiday Season!

If you "Just gotta' Have it" and can't wait, if we can not get it to you
as soon as you want it, we will pass on our recommendation where to get
it. Right after the first of the year, you can betcha, we'll be back
with the stuff you "want" to replace that crappy Tie Aunt Martha got you
for Christmas.

Anyone have a better idea?

Warmest Regards to All,

DaveAZ


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post #2 of (permalink) Old 11-16-2000, 10:22 AM
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OK Dave ,we'll cut you some slack..............for now.

After the 1st tho..............the Whip is gonna Crack !

That's all from this corner
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Cool Beans!

And we'll be Stocked, and ready to Rock!

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Here is a shot in the dark - The carb on my Samurai has Asian on it as the manufacturer - anything to do with you guys? Or is the stock Hitachi Carb labelled Asian?

Cheers, Scott.

ps. Happy Christmas - they've already put up the Xmas lights here in Windsor (UK).

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Dave, catch up and have a good holiday season! come Jan.
watch out i have a couple of projects to do. in the meantime
did you do a piece on baffles for webers with pics? you or
someone did but i can't find the link.

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Well Dave,
Looks like you got my wife off the hook. I had asked for a 260 cam from you for Xmas. Now it looks like I will be getting a tie or Brute or something. I hope the holidays are good to you.
Eric

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Scotbot

We didn't make that carb, please don't blame us. ;-)

oldzuki

I didn't do a piece on baffles for webers with pics, We are working on a kit, unless someone does it first.

GawdZooki

Then you will be a Snappy Dresser, and Smell Nice (for a change)

Thanks For the Kind Regards!

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The carbs I see are labelled as AiSan and not Asian... I may be wrong.....but you may have got the " i " at the wrong location...
It's the same manufacturer that manufactures the stock free-wheel hub on our samurai

cheers.

JKing
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... right, and they are commonly considered to be high-Q, die-hard stock parts on all Japanes 4x4s...

the enjoy very good reputation!

bye
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dave,have a great holiday and may GODs blessings be upon you and your family.thanks for your support of the sport and the early warning on emergency goodies only.RangerRick

THANK GOD FOR VETERANS AND SUZUKIS-BOTH KEEP YOU FREE. FOUNDER;INDIANA SUZUKI EMERGENCY RESPONSE TEAM
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