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S/R it is!

Well, I choose Calmini shackle reversal.

I guess that the most important reason for doing so has to do with the fact that I enjoy trail riding more than rock climbing & that this Sammy MAY end up as my son's first set of wheels (yeah and monkeys will fly out my @%%).

And, I just made enough from a couple of eBay auctions to put me within striking distance of buying one. Now all I need is som more of that easy Murder Trial / House Fire / School Board Meeting overtime at work. Nothin' like sitting in an air-conditioned News Gathering Van waiting for some moronic politician to make up his/her mind...

Now, how about a Sammy hood made entirely out of skid-plate aluminum? I might even make it so that it isn't 1/2" too short around the edges... It certainly wouldn't rust!

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Re: S/R it is!

Ah we all started that way:-) you'll be changing your mind shortly..

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Re: S/R it is!

hey ack, check out the classifieds on izook. usually someone on there has a used calmini s/r for sale. save considerably over a new one. their are a tough product, so hard to get a bad used one.
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Re: S/R it is!

Yo'll like it. Chec the past posts for the NAPA part #'s for the cheapy shocks. They are correctly valved and are the right length for the new lift.

Oh, BTW, I started with just the 2" S/R, and it was downhill to zookimadness from there.

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****Oh, BTW, I started with just the 2" S/R, and it was downhill to zookimadness from there.****

but its such a good thing though tim!!!![img]/wwwthreads_images/icons/wink.gif[/img]
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BB - Oh, how true!

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hey ack my dad gave me his zuk as well as a first ride and I love it! saves on gas and it has earned popularity among my friends at school!

" Go Cheap n' Smooth or Forget about it!"

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