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    Looking sweet Leo. How did you go
    With the canopy respray ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Smokey2.8 View Post
    Looking sweet Leo. How did you go
    With the canopy respray ?
    Flexiglass replaced it with brand new one but the big boss there is an arrogant piece of ****, he wouldn't talk to me until the end and said "can't stay angry with you forever" as if their stuff up and lack of quality control was my problem haha. Week after new canopy fitted the central locking stopped working and I couldn't access rear window, took it to TJM who fixed it straight away and a wire had come off, again poor quality control by Flexiglass.
    TJM Gold Coast have done most work on my car and the quality of it and service has been amazing, cannot fault them. Lift got done by a friend at Royal AutoStyling in Qld also, he does a few different things and is prolly putting a clear wrap protection on my car.
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    Awesome new Leo great to hear finally nearly done
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    So what suspension / lift did you go with mate?


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    Up front we fitted a set of bilstein 2-5 adjustables featuring a set of heavy duty King springs. To get this one sitting perfectly in the rear we fitted a set of 2” extended travel bilstein rear shocks followed by a set of EFS 300KG constant load rear leafs, greasable shackles, complete new rear Bush kit & new u bolts!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by CatchinJack View Post
    Up front we fitted a set of bilstein 2-5 adjustables featuring a set of heavy duty King springs. To get this one sitting perfectly in the rear we fitted a set of 2” extended travel bilstein rear shocks followed by a set of EFS 300KG constant load rear leafs, greasable shackles, complete new rear Bush kit & new u bolts!!
    Nice how do you find the ride mate?


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    Quote Originally Posted by pacs View Post
    Nice how do you find the ride mate?


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    So far so good, only 2 days old so will wait for them to settle a bit but well over a 50mm lift
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    Quote Originally Posted by CatchinJack View Post
    So far so good, only 2 days old so will wait for them to settle a bit but well over a 50mm lift
    Mate went with the same option pricing was best around town he is very happy with it a little rough when there is no load in the tub but with your canopy draws and fridge shouldn’t be as harsh
    Look forward to hearing what you think once all has settled


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