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No, not me... And not exactly the same thing.

By the description, he's changed from 41" stance to 43" stance. But the real puzzle is which chassis between the years he suggests 93-99?

It might not be a straight forward bolt-on for any Cat from 93-99, both AWS 4 & 5 chassis' existed in that timeframe... AWS4 ended in 98 and AWS5 didn't begin until '97. He's not specifying which chassis his kit will fit.

If anyone buys it and doesn't own the right chassis, it's not going to work out. Hopefully the buyer is lucky enough to have the right chassis and not waste his money.

If the arms & tie-rods are the right ones, it might be a good start for the mod I've been doing if applied to the AWS4.

I think it's pretty cool he was able to figure something out though, it probably worked great on his sled. Most people are afraid to even try.

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I'm getting anxious to start the mod on my sled. I have all the parts now except the sway bar and spacers. I'm blasting the spindles and arms to prep for powder coat. I think I'd like to build a lift before I start though. These old bones don't like that cold garage floor much any more.
 

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<div class='quotetop'>QUOTE (Catman_zrt @ Feb 2 2007, 07:19 AM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}></div>
I'm getting anxious to start the mod on my sled. I have all the parts now except the sway bar and spacers. I'm blasting the spindles and arms to prep for powder coat. I think I'd like to build a lift before I start though. These old bones don't like that cold garage floor much any more.[/b]
After the mod is completed... You'll be amazed when you ride it for the first time!

I hear ya about the old bones thing!

I find the best way to 'loosen up' is to go for a rip down the trails! ;)

Sure wish we had enough snow though!
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I asked that seller what the shock lengths are and he said 18" eye to eye. All those parts are from a 2000 and newer, can tell by the bend in the upper a-arm. So whom ever wants to build the AGLT there ya go. He also said he will send to Canada also.
 

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iI asked him a coiuple of questions about year, model and he was very hesitant about about telling me. He said if he told me his secrets, I wouldn't bid on it and just make my own!! After I told him it was to do A G's mod, he e-mailed me back with info. Seem's like a good guy. Gave me some measurements to check to see if the arms would fit.
 

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Thanks Greg_H......What kind of job is this. Number of man hours?? Full weekend job?? Also I have a 2002 ZR. Will the ride be simialr to this when done???
 

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that was a little too high I think ,I just completed mine and have roughly 310 into it . And if you check AG's parts list you'll see it is for 2000 and up zr's . Unfortenately I couldn't find the silver colored arms like Kevin has on his but I do have all new arms and bushings . Plus if you ask me I'd rather get the stuff I need myself so I knew it was right . Oh and I had mine disassembled in a night and back together in two .
 
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