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Posted: Mon Sep 16, 2013 06:06 PM
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Would like to bring up the front end a couple/three inches..

Best way to do it is...????



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Post Post subject: Re: What's the best way to lift the front?
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Tweeds has raised spindles you get lifted and keep your ride.

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Post Post subject: Re: What's the best way to lift the front?
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Tweeds has raised spindles you get lifted and keep your ride.


Yureka! I did not KNOW of this Tweeds Design place before! Lookie at all the goodies for Bajas! Thx much! Shocked

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Post Post subject: What's the best way to lift the front?
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I used this pair..

look at my build link for some photos...

www.ebay.com/itm/3-inc...12&vxp=mtr


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Thx... that helps!

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Post Post subject: Re: What's the best way to lift the front?
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I like the idea. I checked tweeds. $500 a piece? Holy cow.

Dalton, I checked the link you posted. I'm not a good ebay surfer. Was that for a pair? Anymore available or was this a lucky find?

Any strength issues with yours?


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Post Post subject: Re: What's the best way to lift the front?
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I have them on my car. No problems so far. The price should be for the pair.

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Post Post subject: Re: What's the best way to lift the front?
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I like the idea. I checked tweeds. $500 a piece? Holy cow.

Dalton, I checked the link you posted. I'm not a good ebay surfer. Was that for a pair? Anymore available or was this a lucky find?

Any strength issues with yours?

about 300 a pair... no issues so far...


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Post Post subject: Re: What's the best way to lift the front?
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I like the idea. I checked tweeds. $500 a piece? Holy cow.

Dalton, I checked the link you posted. I'm not a good ebay surfer. Was that for a pair? Anymore available or was this a lucky find?

Any strength issues with yours?

you have a king pin front end... get longer arms from bugzilla..


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Post Post subject: Re: What's the best way to lift the front?
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sandbuggy wrote:
I like the idea. I checked tweeds. $500 a piece? Holy cow.

Dalton, I checked the link you posted. I'm not a good ebay surfer. Was that for a pair? Anymore available or was this a lucky find?

Any strength issues with yours?

you have a king pin front end... get longer arms from bugzilla..

Do you have a link or a pic of what you are talking about? I trid to google bugzilla and I'm getting all kinds of wierd stuff, lol.

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www.bugzyla.com


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Post Post subject: Re: What's the best way to lift the front?
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That works, I was spelling it differently. Thanks Dalton, I'll check it out.

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