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About ridetime

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    Temecula Ca.

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  • Campsite
    wash 9
  • Your Ride
    long travel sandrail

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  1. Hi Jason , I have one more question I emailed you . I will be buying your 2'' spindles soon!
  2. Hi Jason, I emailed you on Wednesday with a couple of questions. If you didn't receive it let me know and I will resend it . Thanks, Terry (951) 501-9735
  3. I would also be interested in a set depending on cost.
  4. Does anyone know where the thread is where a member modified his spindles to 2'' hollow and then machined the hubs to fit the larger spindle and bearing? If so please send me a link or info. Thanks
  5. Hi 2turbofoerds,

    Can I still borrow your two tires and rims, I have an opportunity to do my shock tuning this Saturday. I sent you a email yesterday but I don't think it went through. I would appreciate if you could call or text at (951) 501-9735, ASAP. That would be awesome! Thanks Terry

  6. Hi Flip-Flop,

    You were able to use your entire brake set up that's Great news, I was thinking about this upgrade but Kartek's website said they weren't interchangeable! So all you need to do is machine the hub for the larger bearing and spud.

    Thanks for the info.

    1. Flip-Flop

      Flip-Flop

      I had mine done by SU sand cars in Chino, Ed and Ramon. My car is an SU, they were doing some other fab work and suggested the King Kongs. Give Ed a call and he can give you more details. 

    2. ridetime

      ridetime

      I just checked your reply. Thanks

  7. Thanks so much for all the great info.
  8. There's no sand in the rack just clean grease. Thanks
  9. It takes two hands to turn the wheel, and it's still kind of hard. What about the rack & the noise it makes with the cover off when turning the wheel? Thanks for your help
  10. Hi Everyone, It's Ridetime again, still trying to trouble shoot the steering issues. I finally got the buggy in the garage & front end up on jack stands & turned the steering wheel lock to lock with the engine off, the steering turned kind of hard with a little noise coming from torque generator I think. Then I started the engine & turned the wheel lock to lock and it still seemed a little hard to turn with wheels off the ground, I also looked at P/S fluid in the reservoir & it looked fine no bubbles or signs of air. So now I take the cover off the Saco rack & try to turn the steering wheel to the left & it turns hard (engine off) when I tried to turn to right it moved a little then a bad clicking/popping noise started coming from rack & the tires stopped moving, I looked in the rack & saw the rectangular part inside lifting up about 1/8''. Is this normal with the cover off? ANY IDEAS !! Thanks for time and help.
  11. Thanks again for all your help!! I didn't have any hoses or the pump apart.
  12. Thanks for all the help guys, what type of fluid are you supposed to use?
  13. How much does a Sweet pump sale for? Thanks again

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