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Old 12-26-2012, 07:15 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Is it worth putting a spoa kit and air diff lockers

Hey I'm new to the site and to Suzuki's and need help geting my sierra up to outback worthyness so I would like suggestions on what to do thanks

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Old 12-26-2012, 12:07 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Hey I'm new to the site and to Suzuki's and need help geting my sierra up to outback worthyness so I would like suggestions on what to do thanks
SPOA and ARB's?
I think so, but then again I have gone a bit farther...

Doesn't get stuck much.
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How much dose it cost to get them
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How much dose it cost to get them
About $1600 US for the air lockers and compressor.
Plus installation.

And if the axles have never been opened up, Figure in the cost of new bearings and seals. Remember, this is a 20 year old vehicle...
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Ok cool thanks
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And if I assume from your use of the name Sierra & the term outback that you're in Australia, I'd say you can add another 50% onto that estimate - for some reason known only to ARB, you can be ARB gear cheaper in the US than you can in Australia.
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And if I assume from your use of the name Sierra & the term outback that you're in Australia, I'd say you can add another 50% onto that estimate - for some reason known only to ARB, you can be ARB gear cheaper in the US than you can in Australia.
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Yeah I'm in Australia and its a major pain getting good stuff for a good price , just getting a bullbar and mech fuel pump will cost me 1700$ even to get it from the US I'm still looking bout 1300$ it such a pain
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Why the heck would you want to order a bullbar from the US? The shipping alone will kill you.

Have you considered ADR & legal requirements? It's not as if there aren't Australian made bullbars.
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The bull bar I want I can't get here Oz don't accommodate for Suzuki absaloutly no one dose them
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