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Old 11-16-2013, 06:19 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Trail Tough Conversion on RHD Escudo?

Does anyone have any experience using the Trail Tough conversion on a RHD suzuki escudo/sidekick? Please share some insights and what you did or needed to get it to work on an RHD
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First question - what trail tough conversion?
Second question - what RHD Suzuki escudo/sidekick?

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sorry, just to be clear i'm talking about trail toughs Sidekick Tracker X90 Straight Axle Coil Spring Conversion Kit, fitted on a RHD 2 door 1994 escudo Japan version
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Pretty neat, for those so inclined to accomplish.

http://www.trailtough.com/index.php?...mart&Itemid=53

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I would suggest you contact TrailTough directly and ask them about fitting to a RHD vehicle - I suspect the "steering" arms that bolt to the knuckles are designed for LHD only, those, and the panhard rod brackets will be the areas that need to be reworked.
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