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Post Post subject: what should i do
Posted: Fri Jul 02, 2010 07:57 AM
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im debating what to do or not
im thinking of cutting my street bug up and make it into a baja or not
i was thinking that i when i get paid next thursday i could get some off road tires shocks and some fiberglass fenders and rear thing
i dont know what do you guys think

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Post Post subject: what should i do
Posted: Fri Jul 02, 2010 01:24 PM
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The name of the Site is AZBaja Jonesy! What do you think most of us would say? I know I say cut that Sucker up!


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Post Post subject: what should i do
Posted: Fri Jul 02, 2010 11:20 PM
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*starts to chant*
Cut it up!!
Cut it up!!
Cut it up!!

oh and dont forget to post pictures lots and lots of pictures we love them
ps. cut it up

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Post Post subject: Re: what should i do
Posted: Sat Jul 03, 2010 02:48 AM
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Raise it up. Sell off your factory fenders and hood to defray the costs.

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Posted: Sat Jul 03, 2010 03:27 AM
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Last time you asked us this you went ahead and sold the Baja anyway. Now you want another. Just listen this time. Wink

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Post Post subject: what should i do
Posted: Sat Jul 03, 2010 05:52 AM
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yah i think im going to cut it up but my parents hate the car and hate that i work on it but
what the heck i think im gunna cutter up
and get-r-done
any suggestions on shocks to raise it up further then stock without mods

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Post Post subject: Re: what should i do
Posted: Sat Jul 03, 2010 06:41 AM
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By now you should know shocks are not used to raise the car. While KYG white gas shocks will the correct way is to cut and turn the front beam and re-index your stock rear torsion bars or use thicker ones. Bilstien makes Class 11 shocks that work.

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ok i think that is what im going to do

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ok i have been researching how to raise the back of a bug but nothing really directly says anything
so i was wondering how the spring plates and torsions work
and how to raise the back up

thanks guys really do appreciate everything

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This is what you need:

Rear Height adjustment

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jone$yyy wrote:
ok i have been researching how to raise the back of a bug but nothing really directly says anything
so i was wondering how the spring plates and torsions work
and how to raise the back up
thanks guys really do appreciate everything

It is the reverse of how you lowered it. Smile
Myself and I suppose other members of AZBAJA am wondering why you do not have the Building Bajas and Buggies Book. Shocked
www.chircoestore.com/c...15sqe5qim2
If you had browsed our sponsor's link to thier web site you might have found this:
www.chircoestore.com/c...pic=4918.0

Go get "it" done!

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Post Post subject: what should i do
Posted: Sat Jul 03, 2010 07:27 PM
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If I were you, I would raise it and make it a class 11 style. Less money, less work and less complaining from yur parents.

www.shoptalkforums.com...8&t=122880

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Post Post subject: what should i do
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so basically pull off the spring plate and move the torsion
and reassamble

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Post Post subject: what should i do
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so if i pull the plate of and move my outter torsion it is going to stiffin it up and move up about 2 inches if that makes sense in the rear

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if i go two notches clockwise

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