Join Date: Sep 1999
Location: North Myrtle Beach, SC
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Calmini - Reply Double Standard
OK "Calmini" the gauntlet obviously has been cast down. You guys sold (I purchased) me a shackle reverse lift system. Now a competitor has stated with no reservations, over and over again that your system is unsafe for over the road situations. I need a denial or some evidence that this is not true as I do travel daily on public highways with your system installed. If it's unsafe let me know so I can remove it in lieu of some other lift for on road use! Or alternately, if unsafe is there something that can be done to make the system safe. Don't get me wrong, i'm not making any allegations as I have had your system installed for over a year now and have not noted any problems. The poster who started the allegations and the ultra critical response from RRO obviously aimed point blank at a system that is nationally advertized. This needs to be responded to for the sake of us old farts that have two and four year old Grandkids that occasionally ride in "Poppa's Zuki." How about it guys, if the accuser has scientific documented evidence of the unsafe nature of the reverse system, post it. If the manufacturer of the reversal system has otherwise evidence, post it! If the allegations are false and the product is safe I recommend the manufacturer contact F. Lee Bailey's firm. Get on with it, I was going to purchase the rest of the system from Calmini for the total 5" lift. Don't know now with the unsafe allegations raised by the Calmini competitor.
Early 87 Zuk, Calmini headers, 2" Calmini reverse lift, Calmini 2" Exhaust system, Kayline Full Doors,Steel Horse Seats, 30x9.5 Roadmaster rubber, Doetsh shocks & stabilizer, soon a Pony & GRS-1