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De-lifting the hatch

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#1 justified


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Posted 19 August 2010 - 02:17 PM

Hey..it's been a while...I've got an 87 hatch, byb, pugs, etc..I'm pulling the byb kit and setting back to stock. My intentions are to find a nice ea81 wagon and use the kit and pugs. The hatch needs too much to be pretty again (rust, interior, etc) and will be regulated to beater duty. The lift was on when I bought it, so I'm not too familiar with the process altho it looks fairly simple. Anything in particular I should be aware of? Anyone know where I can score a parts list for the BYB KIt? Just don't want to forget anything..

#2 987687


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Posted 21 August 2010 - 07:27 AM

Lifted rigs aren't "pretty" though. They're full of scratches, dents, etc. Just beat on it offroad until it doesn't go anymore. It'll probably go a lot longer than you expect!

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