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does it cost alot to lift a 84 brat?


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#1 floortom

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Posted 15 March 2004 - 10:09 PM

hi again, i just bought a 84 brat with a froze motor. great shape, gonna plant my other,other motor in it. just wanted to know what is involved i getting some lift out of it. a littlel more than stock. does it cost alot? is it a ton of work? have a box of tools and a week end could use some tips guys!
84 brat
t-top
brush guard/s. plate
ea81
j seats
$ 100.00 beans! smokin deal.
will most likley sell 86 hatch for $ 75.00
in portland 503.735.1583
thanks, floortom

#2 northguy

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Posted 15 March 2004 - 10:18 PM

PK Davis (Ozified on the board) sells lift kits - great quality, decent price. Do a search and locate the thread I started on difficulty of installing a lift - a ton of great info from various sources that have installed PK's lift kits. I am currently waiting on mine for my 83 Brat.




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