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post #1 of (permalink) Old 12-31-2000, 10:03 PM
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XL-7 parts

Now that I have a custom 2.5" cat back exhaust system on, I want to get some nerf bars, a skid plate, front and rear tube bumpers, and a roll cage. Calmini is making some stuff for the Grand Vitara soon and I was wondering if it will also fit the XL-7? Any XL-7 gurus out there?

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post #2 of (permalink) Old 12-31-2000, 11:16 PM
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Re: XL-7 parts

A little early to ask about a guru. The car's been out for what, a month?

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Re: XL-7 parts

The Calmini 2.5" will work with the XL7, I'm sure the bumpers will too. but as far as nerfs, those will need to be a custom length. We'll see what comes out from them.

Wanna take your XL7 to Moab/Zukfari?

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Re: XL-7 parts

Looks like you will be the XL-7 guru form this point forward...

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Re: XL-7 parts

Not to be discourageing, but since the XL-7 has only been out for about a month or so, your going to be hard pressed to find many parts made specifically for it. Im fairly certain that most parts made for the Grand Vitara will fit it though, because the XL-7 is simply a lengthend version of the GV.
As far as gurus go, it looks like your it!

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