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AK57 Suspension on sale

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by 45acpJr, Oct 5, 2003.

  1. 45acpJr

    45acpJr 1/2 ton status Premium Member

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    For a limited time we have reduced the price of the AK-57 Suspension System from $550.00 to $450.00. Take a look at our website to learn more. Use coupon code ak57 when ordering.
     
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    I need one that gives 6" lift, but the one on the site is only 4". Are the 6" ones in the works?
     
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    how long is a short time?? /forums/images/graemlins/cool.gif

    Later
     
  4. 45acpJr

    45acpJr 1/2 ton status Premium Member

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    We can do the 6" now, it just might cost a little more. I will look into it tomarrow and shoot you a PM.
     
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    45acpJr 1/2 ton status Premium Member

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    [ QUOTE ]
    how long is a short time?? /forums/images/graemlins/cool.gif

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    A short time will be two weeks to begin with, but could very well be extended/forums/images/graemlins/thumb.gif
     
  6. Rebel88

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    cool im looking at doing either 6 or 8 inches on my new project blazer...would that be possible? can you let me know as well?

    thanks

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  7. 45acpJr

    45acpJr 1/2 ton status Premium Member

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    Ok guys we will not have any price difference between the 4" and 6" lifts. We have not perfected how many leaves we need to add for a six inch lift yet but should have it shortly.
     
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    cool...would there be a way to do 8 inches? i still havent decided what size lift i wanna run

    Later
     
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    ill be ordering one soon
     
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    cool...would there be a way to do 8 inches? i still havent decided what size lift i wanna run

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    I'll look into an eight inch lift, might run in to stability issues. I'll talk to Marv and see what he thinks. We might have to think about charging a little extra for an eight inch lift, that will require a couple more leaves in the spring pack.
     
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    Totally understandable...yeah i didnt know about the stability issues either...ill probably just stick with 6 and the healthy amount of fender trim I have...but if you would find out I would appreciate it

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    Put the springer to the test this weekend on cliffhanger...no more teeter toter effect....flexs right over the rocks and keeps both rear wheels planted for traction!!!

    DW
     

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