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post #1 of (permalink) Old 11-18-2000, 11:00 PM Thread Starter
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Anybody in So. cal???

Just thought I'd throw this out, I'm moving outt'a the state of Wa. and going HOME!! Going to be Oceanside/Carlsbad area..

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Re: Anybody in So. cal???

I live in south orange county. maybe we can hook up some time and go wheel in big bear or somethin'. I just need to get my zuk finished.

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Kick @ss.. That will probably be the first place I go....If I can get these darn coils on!!

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Hi, I'm in Lake Gregory Ca ( In the mountains of so cal-about 40 min. from Big Bear) Love the trails up here, come join us some time.




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<font color=blue>I live, and have a business here in Big Bear Lake ca. When you guys come up, let me know. I show you some killer crawling trails.</font color=blue>

I also ride a YZF426. Looks like you ride a Kawi!

Hope to here from you!

<font color=blue>BIGBEARZUK Big Bear Ca.</font color=blue>
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Bigbearzuk, I always wondered if your name ment that you where close to Big Bear....I guess I know now huh? This is cool. I won't be coming down till May 1st, and will be busy from the get go. I'm going to try to go the the ASA's Suzy's on the rocks again. hopfully I'll get my truck built before then....What kinda place do you run up there anyway??

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one more thing did you cut your Toyota axles???

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[b]<font color=blue> I have a rim and tire business..
I had to move the spring pads in 1" each. I have axles off of an 80 toyota. All the guys out here on the net said that they almost line up, however that must be the later models. I went with the older ones cause they have 427 R&P. That's 17% lower than a stock 373 sami. Once I get the the GRSII in , it will be killer!!
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What rims and tires do you carry? Do you have any rims with little backset like 2-3"?

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Re: Anybody in So. cal???

BigBearZuk,
Where is your shop in Big Bear? I may be giving you some business in the future, but it will have to wait till after I rebuild my engine. When I get it done, maybe we can go hit some trails. btw... what calvary do you drum at? I go to one in Costa Mesa (Chuck Smith's church).
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