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Old 06-08-2007, 09:29 AM   #1 (permalink)
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hi, im in australia and having troubles finding front springs for my carry or whatever there in your countries (sorry if it sounds rude but i dont mean it)
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anyway ive lowered the back leaf springs with ubolts and lowering blocks ... so now i need some new springs either stock or heavy duty for the front???

can anyone get them?? or get shock absorbers???

need help please hook me up
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Hello mate have you tried ebay? i have seen complete strut and spring assemblies. thats was on ebay.co.uk so i dont know if they could be posted to you and how much it would cost but might be worth having a look. I am pretty sure i can get them as i am in the motor trade but not much good to you as i am in the UK.
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thanks man, but are they just the stock ones? or would there be a heavy duty version?,,, just asking

also check out my reply on tamon.org (aussie mighty boy site) for the links to that finish carry turbo ute on youtube.. awesome..

i fitting bigger wheels now so i want strong springs/shockers

mate has 16's on his hijet and they look unreal, but i might have to stick to 15's due to no tyre here wold suit the profile is nice but the width is the problem at the front

send us your email and ill send you a pic of my friends hijet..
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As far as i know the stock springs are heavy duty as it is a commercial van ( all be it a little one). You dont need heavier springs/shockers to put bigger wheels on. I have put 14inch alloys on with 185/55/14 tyres. It was a major headache finding rims with the correct specs to fit, Plus i wanted to be able to use the side doors. If i had gone for 15's the doors wouldnt have worked. I am busy doing the body mods ie wheel arch extentions. Had a look at tamon site looks good couldnt find link for turbo'd carry is it this one? YouTube - Suzuki Carry Pick-Up '82 Turbo

might sign up to the tamon site maybe post the link to my supercharged carry van on youtube.

Sent you a PM with my email.
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Signed up on the Tamon site but i cant post yet for some reason. Thanks for that link. Nice to see fellow lunatics out there building fun things. If you can would you post this link on the tamon site for me YouTube - Supercharged Suzuki Supercarry Part 1
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You could try using cut Honda Civic rear springs (EF, EG or EK). They're a stiffer than the stock ones. Used it on my truck and they're holding up well.
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yeah dont need the rear leaf springs i already lowered the back with some ubolts and lowering blocks, and its already firm at the back

its just the front coils ill need, but i think i might just wait the 4-6 for the shop to make a custom set up for me that will be extra firm


also with those rubber bushings that face the front of the bumper the things that connect to the L&R suspension (hope you know what im talkin about) is there anywhere to get them ??? the black rubber things? or is that going to be another custom nolathane job??
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Hongster,
I want to add bigger wheels/tire combination to increase my top end in my every. I see you are going to bigger wheels and lowering as well (I think I may need to lift). What tire/wheel size are you using and what issues do yuo have with lowering particularily on your CV and wheel camber?
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