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post #1 of (permalink) Old 12-21-2000, 01:03 PM Thread Starter
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does any know where I can find a coils suspension for my zook. I remember higher Heights having one then they disappeared, I don't know is Rocky road still has them and we all know how hard it is to get in contact with them. I also remember someone on this bbs saying they had plans on making them and showed us all some sweet pics, did that ever happen or is that gone as well. it's like all I need to finish my zook are things that are in question, (fiberglass tub, coil suspension, and a maybe a 4.3l engine).. can some one push me in th eright direction PLEASE.

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Re: coil suspension

If you do coil and then decide to put a 4.3 you will need to change axles wasting all that work. Get your engine dealt with first, then figure out the drive train and then move to suspension.

The Coil Kit from HHO is no longer produced.

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See how easy it is to get in contact with us? If the phone lines are busy, you just go on line, and there we are! :^)

We'll have information on the front and rear coil conversion system up on our website in a couple weeks. It will be a full integrated system with a much longer control arm system than the HHO kit. It will also be more stable and not have some of the quirks of the HHO kit. Pricing is likely to be in the $1,500 neighborhood. But compared to Wrangler coil swap kits of the sameish design, this comes in quite a nit less.

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Re: coil suspension

Hey Glen,
is that coil set up for around$1,500 going to be front and rear or is going to run about 1500 each. plus about how much lift will is clear cause I want to keeep my 33's if anything be able to go bigger. I know I'm swapping in a bigger engine as well, not sure if it's going to be the chevy or ford v6. I'm looking toward the chevy only cause I don't know about having to widen anything for a tranny to fit, unless the fiberglass tub that NCO is coming out with has is done already. I guess what I'm asking is will the suspension be able to work with the bigger more powerful engine, and if I don't swap out the drive train right away will is be a pita to do it later after the engine and suspension are already in.


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Re: coil suspension

The kit Glenn will have for sale is a front and rear kit but and it can be ordred ot fit toyota axles or even Dana 44s this kit will handle 400+HP if you are going to change motors you would just need to tell Glenn or me and i would get you the right spring rate springs for the front ..The kit was built to be ran with 33"any more and you will need a body lift

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