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post #1 of (permalink) Old 02-23-2001, 11:16 PM
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Re: What kinds of kits would you like to see?

I'd like to see somebody produce a drink holder kit. Stainless steel or billet aluminum maybe?[img]/wwwthreads_images/icons/crazy.gif[/img]

How 'bout an ejector seat kit? A passenger side kit to rid yourself of an annoying rider, or a drivers side kit to really scare the heck out of your passenger on a tough obstacle. If it looks like you're not gonna make it.... get the heck outta there![img]/wwwthreads_images/icons/tongue.gif[/img]

And what ever happened to the stick-on stainless steel dress-up kits? I'd like to see those re-introduced. In larger sizes than before, to cover an entire body panel. Would that not be a neat way to hide parking lot dings?[img]/wwwthreads_images/icons/cool.gif[/img]

OK, I'll be serious now. Something I'd like to see more of.... more big axle kits for the stock front end, like Trail Tough's. I heard that Calmini is working on a similiar kit, using big spline axles. Birfield rings are good, but the next thing to go is the inner axle. I know, been there.[img]/wwwthreads_images/icons/frown.gif[/img] Or you munch out the inside of the Birfield, I've done that too.[img]/wwwthreads_images/icons/shocked.gif[/img] A Birfield eliminator kit might be the answer, or a better Birfield. Toyota guys have the Marfields, we need something like that.





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<font color=blue>I would like to see a drink holder kit. I have nowhere to put my drinks. I'm serious, I am thinking about glueing a coffee can to the floor to hold my drinks. It wouldn't be a tight fit but it should keep it in place and reachable. </font color=blue>

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How about a fake wood panels kit...they looked great on those old LTD station wagons....if that isnt practical...dana 44 kit or a practical diesel swap kit should be a good seller

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A new dash board like Petroworks yellow one. That thing is bad arse! I just took my dash out today and going to make my own kinda like the yellow Petroworks Zuk! Shouldn't be that hard to make. If it turns out good hell, I might just make a lot for you all to use and sale them for a good price? You never know? The other thing is a nice CB mount! I've had my CB just about every place you can put it! It just seems that I can't find a good spot for mine! Thats about it for now, I'm sure I can think of some other stuff later! Oh, and about the cup holder, duhh use your legs! Its nice on a HOT summer day to have a cold one between your legs!
Or you can make the cool little Hat cup holders...

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In response to your post, Id like to see front coil kits out, not just one guy doing them. I would like to see the yj kit go under 400$ for front and rear perches. Id like to see the diesal adapter kit very much and a rx7 adapter kit as well. On board air? Welder kits that were an add a belt. cv's that were affordable and way cheaper skid plate protection. I doubt ill see it cause i realistically know that its a slim profit margin anyway, but since we are dreaming........fender flares that are under 120 for all four that go out 4 inches? Tracking arms that are under 120$ Missing links that are 50$ for the set of two....and cheap power steering brackets. A knuckle over steering system that is 150$......What else can i mark down????

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<font color=blue>steering, shifting, brakes, gas, clutch, hmmm, I don't have enough room to keep everything between my legs when I am driving. I have enough to deal with now. I will just buy one of those hats to wear on my head, maybe i can make it an air conditioned hat to keep the beverages cold. But I have already converted my a/c to a air compressor so I guess that is out. I would also like to see the cross over steering kits in the $150 range. My z-link just aint cuttin it, but I have other expenses now, like a cage and new seats and a 5 point harness for the wife. I just can't put my left front in the air or my spings will rest on the z-link. Speakin of the cage, why are they so much? There is guy here that builds them for $100 a point, and that's to the frame! </font color=blue>

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Yeah, I know what you mean lziffle73. There is a off-road shop here (Down East Offroad) that saids that they can build me one for my Zuk, the front part, for $110, and the rear for another $100 making it a Full roll cage for only around $200! That is the thicker pipe then NASCAR askes for aslo! As soon as I get my Toyota axles in my other Zuk, I'm rolling down to them and having them make me one! Can't wait!


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cupholder:
McD had one of those that you can clamp into the side window not beautiful, but works.

A "crossmember" that runs over the the dash (inside the truck) as a mounting base for cb, gps, and all the stuff...

Tim Tackets door-hinges swap kit... (shouldn't it be out already?)

yeah... and lets not forget the muffler bearing kit.... P

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Windshield fold down kit?

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