Re: Izook has a BBS too
ok yankee, it might work but my questions would be related to topics that have little in common with any street driven zook. airbags, crossover steering for dana 44, 2 foot travel drivelines,suspension geomotry, motors that won't fit in a zook,and,i'll never buy a kit to do hat i want. i couln't any way cause i've changed to much. what kind of exlosion proof fuel cell to use, hydraulic steering, etc etc etc etc. i just need help with these questions and other similiar ones. but it's being built zook like from a zook frame. low hp,low gears, lots o flex. nobody but zookers seem to understand this concept. where do i go and what do i do. as i understand it, izook was nice enough to provide an advanced board as well. soon as i can find it, i'll see if that works for me to gather the additional info i need. thanks for the input.. i'm however tired of going out of my way to not step on toe here and don't wanna fight anymore. the only reason i repond about the idea agin is i was asked a direct question trying to help me. if you other guys don't agree please keep it to your self cause i won't respond to it anymore unless it's constructive.
87 sammy (RAIL BUGGY) PROJECT 50 % complete. isuzu/chevy luv motor, auto tranny, 2 t-cases nissan/zook 7.5:1,tube chassis,4link vw rabbit coils rear,36"tsl's, 1/2 ton GM axles welded.