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Great pic Pillard. Sharp little pick-up.

Scott Whitmore
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It's coil. Look at pic #12. Look at all the pics of it; it's a pretty extreme set-up. I don't think I've ever seen a Suzuki flex like that!

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HAHAHAHHAHAHHAHA!!!! If you look @ the zook on the right, it has about 8' of axle droop! hahahah that looks cool. Bigfoot tires would fit under that truck.. Seems like it would be a little top heavy.. :D

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man thats some sick flex!!!!

that yellow un looks cool... to bad it got rolled ;(

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You can get that kind of flex from your zuk also. He charges $3500 canadian for a 3 link coil setup and toyota axles and cross over sterring.He is also running a 1.3 twin cam GTi engine, Has also sells them and installs them for $2600 canadian. Some pretty good prices for you us guys.Another local shop www.4offrd.com does some pretty good setups.

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