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Old 08-12-2007, 02:28 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Angry Suzuki Samurai/Sierra Leaf Lift Kit

Hey, I'm running a stock Suzi Samurai (Sierra in Australia). Its got stock leaf's on it so i'm gettin them re-set. Over here in the land down under it's illegal to get extended shackles for leaf but i want to get an inch or so drop shackle with my re-set leaf's so i can get 3 inch's of clearance so i can run 30's under it. Anyone got idea's that are cheap to do to get more lift? and spoa and body lifts are illegal over here as well! jus to make it bit more fun and generally parts are expensive and less available than th states.

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Old 10-18-2008, 02:01 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Default Suzuki Samirai/Sierra Leaf Lift Kit

The Samurai is also considered a great beginner 4wd due to its simple design and ease of modifications with engine swaps and suspension upgrades. The 1988.5 model Samurai was re-tuned for better on-road use in the United States. Our Stage 1 kit will lift your Sierra approximately 45/50mm and includes 4 Nitro Gas Shocks, 4 Ironman leaf springs, fresh Ubolts & bush kit.
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