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Old Feb 25th, 11, 12:31 PM
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Thumbs up TRZ Front Suspension...

Just recieved my TRZ chromoly a-arms (for coilovers), pinto rack and pinion steering setup, billet steering arms, and chromoly 1.5" drop spindles.

I must say these are a work of art! I am VERY happy with the quality of their product and the tig welding is top notch on them!
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Old Feb 25th, 11, 12:37 PM
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nice! got any pics of the parts Trevor?
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Old Feb 25th, 11, 2:09 PM
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Sounds like fun ! Your gonna end up with mirrors on your shop floor
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Old Feb 25th, 11, 9:17 PM
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Which coil overs? QA1 or a true a coil over spring? If a true coil over dont install the buckets.
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Old Feb 25th, 11, 9:47 PM
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It's really nice stuff, and even nicer when you start weighing the factory stuff compared to the new stuff.
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Old Feb 25th, 11, 10:18 PM
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I will post some pics of parts, and I have everything for my front and rear suspension except the coilovers. I am thinking of going with AFCO coilovers.

I can't wait to finish up my metal work on body and start installing these parts!

I also have a Moser M9 diff w/back brace, and full Wolfe racecraft rear suspension with their double antiroll bar.
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Old Feb 26th, 11, 4:32 AM
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I'm about to order mine in a few days, along with their rear control arms and their bolt in 9" housing. Never heard a bad word about their products, and they give back to the racers. Definitely a company we should support!
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Old Feb 26th, 11, 8:14 AM
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I'm about to order mine in a few days, along with their rear control arms and their bolt in 9" housing. Never heard a bad word about their products, and they give back to the racers. Definitely a company we should support!
I am very impressed with them! I will probably end up ordering my AFCO front and rear coilovers from them as well, and I probably would have bought the full rear suspension from them but I picked up my Wolfe racecraft stuff a couple years ago on sale, and it is also very nice.
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Old Feb 26th, 11, 10:23 AM
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I am very impressed with them! I will probably end up ordering my AFCO front and rear coilovers from them as well, and I probably would have bought the full rear suspension from them but I picked up my Wolfe racecraft stuff a couple years ago on sale, and it is also very nice.
Agreed, Wolfe's stuff is very nice as well. I'm pretty much starting from scratch, so I figure I might as well just get everything from one source
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Old Feb 26th, 11, 4:38 PM
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I'm about to order mine in a few days, along with their rear control arms and their bolt in 9" housing. Never heard a bad word about their products, and they give back to the racers. Definitely a company we should support!
I thought the same thing. I have all their stuff produced for an A-body. They have some QC issues to resolve before its a "bolt in housing". I have 1 I'll sell you !

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