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post #1 of (permalink) Old 05-17-2001, 03:35 PM
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S/R, shocks & tires

My Suzuki is closer to where I want it to be. Installed my Calmini shackle reverse, longer shocks (thanks Yankee Tim) and Hi-Tec 235 MT's. I want to fab a belly skid plate & install that before trying any trails, haven't been wheelin' since last year so I'm anxious.
I've only driven on the Hi-Tec's one day but they are very quiet, my last vehicle had Swampers so maybe they make some noise but quiet to me & ride & handle well at least on the street. My budget will allow me to build a cage & that will probably be it for this year but I should have a trail worthy rig, next year I'll work on some more mods that take money.
The company I work for is not doing well & I'm not online at home so if I lose my job ya' won't hear from me. No matter what I'll keep the Suzuki & go wheelin'. I'm off tomorrow so everybody have a great weekend.
AndyB

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post #2 of (permalink) Old 05-17-2001, 08:27 PM
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Re: S/R, shocks & tires

WHEN YOU PUT LONGER SHOCKS ON YOUR RIG WITH THE S/R, ARE LONGER SHOCKS REQUIRED WITH A S/R??

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post #3 of (permalink) Old 05-21-2001, 08:56 AM
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Re: S/R, shocks & tires

Billy,
The directions with the S/R said the stock shocks could be used as long as you didn't drive off-road. My stock front shocks were fully extended just sitting there so I would say yes, plan on new shocks if you do the S/R.
AndyB

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