post #31 of Old 06-06-2010, 10:20 PM
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Sweet... I don't know anything about trademarks or copyrights or that sort of legal stuff.

Still no answer about the Rubi, case or pump?


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it is a catchy name!! look at the clothing company, they make a great product and their stuff sells like hot cakes!
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This version of Under Armor will work on the 97-02 just fine. The difference is the 97-02 and manuals will be getting extra clearance as we can move everything up further than the autos.

Email me and I'll put you on the list! We might decide that a few people who really want and need them can install one of these!
Already e-mailed.

For what it is worth, already have 1.25" BL and 1" MML(I realize it will need to be replaced) too.
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post #34 of Old 06-06-2010, 10:27 PM
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Sweet... I don't know anything about trademarks or copyrights or that sort of legal stuff.

Still no answer about the Rubi, case or pump?
I'm ignoring you.

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Yeah I saw blanes post about 97-02 but I assume that's the rubicons?

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post #36 of Old 06-06-2010, 10:32 PM
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Already e-mailed.

For what it is worth, already have 1.25" BL and 1" MML(I realize it will need to be replaced) too.
I'm going to strongly urge the early adopters to use all of our components to see how they work. That's the whole purpose of using early adopters so we can make any necessary changes to the full production runs.

If keeping some of your components that you've already purchased is important to you, please bow out of the early adopter program and wait until we get the production going that will have deletions available for folks with existing stuff they'd like to keep.

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E-mail sent.

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he made it clear when he said he was. He didnt ask for a photo ID of you did he.

People need to be a little more trusting, Its not like we are on a convict and rapist forum.
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Upon further reflection I've decided I've had enough of this BS and you are now on my ignore list.

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and how much does that sexy beast weigh?
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and how much does that sexy beast weigh?
I don't know yet. Tomorrow we'll put the whole thing on the scale.

I'm guessing 50 lbs?

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Maybe by the time this gets put into full production and the kinks are out I might have enough $$$ to get one LOL

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I'm going to strongly urge the early adopters to use all of our components to see how they work. That's the whole purpose of using early adopters so we can make any necessary changes to the full production runs.

If keeping some of your components that you've already purchased is important to you, please bow out of the early adopter program and wait until we get the production going that will have deletions available for folks with existing stuff they'd like to keep.
PM sent to Gerald. I'm willing to remove and peddle my 1" M.O.R.E. MML and 1" Currie BL. Let me know...
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When you need a Rubi tester, I'll gladly help.
And when we need Rubi testers, you know that by the thread we start asking for them.

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and how much does that sexy beast weigh?
We've not weighed any of it yet. I'm going to guess that with the motor mount lift, body lift, skid, wings, crossmembers and all the fasteners, it's going to be between 50 and 60 lbs.

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Maybe by the time this gets put into full production and the kinks are out I might have enough $$$ to get one LOL
The reference to kinks is my way of weeding out the non committed. I'm 99% confident that this will fit perfectly.

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