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post #61 of 2590 Old 06-07-2010, 10:03 AM
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Gerald -
I sent you a PM. Of course if you really do wants local, that puts me out. That set up would allow me to ditch the 6" springs for some Currie 4"ers


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post #62 of 2590 Old 06-07-2010, 10:09 AM
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Gerald -
I sent you a PM. Of course if you really do wants local, that puts me out. That set up would allow me to ditch the 6" springs for some Currie 4"ers
We only need a couple of locals first and that's only to get this kicked off full course. Locals are NOT a requirement, just a preference for the first few or so.

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We only need a couple of locals first and that's only to get this kicked off full course. Locals are NOT a requirement, just a preference for the first few or so.
OK, well just keep me in mind as a tester. I don't currently have a BL or MML, and would be happy to give you fedback on any fitment issues or tweaks needed...

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Also, if you want to be included a Mandatory EMAIL is required. No PMs! I can't keep track of PMs. You also need to include the info requested in the first post.

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Also, if you want to be included a Mandatory EMAIL is required. No PMs! I can't keep track of PMs. You also need to include the info requested in the first post.

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I don't know what your email said, but my preference would be for the first couple to be local to me so we can do the installation over here. You still get to do all the work, but I get to watch.
Local I got covered, able to bring it to you - not quite right now. I am in the middle of isntalling my lift in my spare time. Which is sadly lacking right now. Rear is all done along with the SYE - just gotta get the front in.

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I'm sort of local, less than 2 hours away. But I'm too broke to afford all this...

Looks good though, I'll be waiting for some pics and words from the first few installed.

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Email sent Gerald.

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I have to give you guys credit. You have a way of looking at something 100's of other people have looked at and seeing something completly different. Very innovative.
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woops...sent an email. now I'm seeing you want locals...I'd pay for shipping.

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woops...sent an email. now I'm seeing you want locals...I'd pay for shipping.

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We're looking at approximately 20 early adopters nationwide with as wide of a spread in terrain conditions as possible.

I only PREFER a couple of LOCALS for the first few EARLY ADOPTERS of this product so I can get the ball rolling and off to a good start.

Please read carefully, local is not a requirement, only a preference for the first couple.

I know how to install one because I built the thing in my head. That means I'm going to inherently know the issues and how to circumvent them at install and instructions will do me no good.

I need someone I can watch and assist do the install with our instructions to see how we can improve them. That's the whole purpose of an early adopter program.

My goal is always to NOT make changes to a product once it's in full production unless a glaring flaw in logic shows up.

That means this product is not in full production yet.

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Are there going to be any clearance issues with the skid and the common mounting spot for an OBA tank mounting behind the TC? In the midst of OBA install and was just getting ready to mount tank there. Perhaps I should consider other locations.

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This is not an easy installation by any means. Unless your Blaine. It does require an SYE and adjustable upper control arms to set your pinion angles. Forgot to mention a raised exhaust bracket is also included.
Unless my Blaine what?

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This is just too cool!
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