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Old August 12th, 2008, 09:39 PM   #1
 
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I have talked to a few people that have been happy with theirs, but I wasn't.* Nothing fit correctly.* I called Gorilla and talked to them about it and they said I could send it back for a refund, so I did.* A month after them receiving it back, a phone call, and having to e-mail them the tracking numbers to show that they did receive it, they finally said they credited my card.


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Did the lift make the tires tow out like that?
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Toe out, no.* I didn't bother going as far as setting the alignment.* It caused the bad camber.* \ /* <that
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Toe out, no.* I didn't bother going as far as setting the alignment.* It caused the bad camber.* \ /* <that[/b]
Oh Man! Atleast you got your money back. I can't believe nothing fit right. I bet you were Pissed.
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Old August 13th, 2008, 11:22 PM   #5
 
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That I was.* I ended up with the CATVOS 8" which I love!* Only problem was, the Gorilla axles!* Every one of the boots leaked.* I could hear air going in and out when I squeezed them so I just sealed them up with silicone.* After I got it all put together, I noticed that the front inner boots were clamped too far down on the axle bars and kept pulling them out of the front diff.* I had to take the bands off, slide them up a bit, and put hose clamps on.* I'm not trying to slam Gorilla, just letting others know about my experience and their quality!
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Im wanting to build a lift! Does it look impossible or would it be easy to copy one?
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Yes!* If you've seen one up close you'll see that it wouldn't be too hard, and having a bike or a frame to build it off of would help a lot!*
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Thats alot of lift...
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