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Old 07-03-2008, 12:49 AM
razr razr is offline
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suzuki 3" springs?

iv been lookin all around the internet for reviews on the trail gear suzuki springs
and cant find anything,
any one use them?
do they have good flex, are they prone to break,

anything else you wanna add

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Old 07-03-2008, 09:25 AM
bustamove bustamove is offline
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whats the site for these springs. as the calmini ones are WAY too stiff.
Ferd 150HD,08 bruteforce 750, ricochet armor and 27" mudlites,Polaris 900, 159" lots of goodies. BRAAP
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Old 07-03-2008, 09:26 PM
JustDaniel JustDaniel is offline
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i'd look into if your talkin sidekick coil's...
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Old 07-03-2008, 10:27 PM
razr razr is offline
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no im askin about the 3" samurai leafs.

sorry about the confusion
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Old 07-10-2008, 10:41 PM
Lego Racer Lego Racer is offline
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I had the 4" Calmini springs in my zuk but I was spring under. I didn't have too many problems with mine. After 2 years of complete baggin on the springs one pack started to flatten. But according to Calmini it is because I opened the C-clips on leaf packs. It makes sense.

These leafs were NOT stiff at all. The flexed great for a lift spring. I was VERY happy with the purchase. I could fit a 31" tire under without any rubbing and I never had to worry about a traction bar.

I have another set of Calmini 4" leaf springs forsale if interested.
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Old 07-21-2008, 11:16 PM
zukster zukster is offline
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I have some but havn't put in yet

Exact ones your asking about.
I'll let you know as soon as I try them out.
I ran OME Old Man Emus for the last 8 years but they
finally flattened out. Towing two quads on a trailer
to the Oregon sand dunes with all my camping
gear didn't do them any favors either - or my trany.
Rebuilt it twice. The OMEs get you about 2" lift
I think. I have two inch extended shackles too.
With 31" tires,
I think I was always getting a bit of wheel rubbing -
then it got worse as they flattened. I don't like
big lifts or spring overs, so I'm hoping these will
lift it about right. You'll need a dropped pitman too.
I found your some monroe-matic shock absorbers
that will work with the stock mounts too. I can
look for the part numbers if you want. These are
the best to use because they're a light shock.
Heavy or even medium shocks will give a rough
ride in a vehicle as light as the sami.
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