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post #1 of (permalink) Old 07-26-2001, 09:31 AM Thread Starter
 
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How do I contact Mike Shaffer

I found the suspension kit I want ((Mike Shaffer's)). Now, how do I get in touch with him? I'd rather buy directly from him than one of his vendors...

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Got $2300? Laying around somewhere Cap_N? Ask ZUKOR how, he has his kit.

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Let's just say I found some profitable junk to sell...

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I guy in our club has the spidertrax 1/4 eliptical and it is beyond awsome. In fact it would make people stop in there tracks to watch it flex. That was the most pictures I have ever seen taken of one rig in one day by strangers than I have ever seen. Unbelieveable!

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Re: How do I contact Mike Shaffer

His phone number is 775-885-9944 and his e-mail is [email protected]
The last I talked to Mike, the kit price was gonna go up. To how much I don't know. He is a hard guy to get ahold of but I would deal with him direct instead of a middle man.

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Ditto comment on the 1/4 eliptic.

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It'll still need to be roadworthy as I like drivin' Samis.

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If you want it for on road go YJ springs. That would be your best rout with out a dought. They claim 40" of flex with missing links. It will cost you though. There is a lot of extras you have to buy besides the kit.

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the problem with csc is getting it delivered. thats why i say to fab your own. simple as heck, only have to buy front d-shaft n brake lines.
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Send me some information on what I need to do. I would love to fab my own kit.

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