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Old 09-24-2001, 10:40 AM   #1 (permalink)
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First, hello to all of you who take our Suzukis as seriously as I do. I have a friend who has allowed me to use their internet access in order to respond to the questions about the three products which my company,SOS,has now made available to both Suzuki and Toyota owners alike. Secondly, with respect to the postings which Keith has been making, Keith has been extremely supportive and helpful in persuading me to offer these adapters and twin stick set-ups to others like myself, thanks Kieth. Prices are changing daily
because more economical means are being sought to manufacture each of the products. If indeed there has been wide price differences quoted this may be an explanation. I would suggest that if you need to get the most current and accurate price quote please feel free to call and/or write to me at the address and phone number which will be listed at the end of this posting. Now let me try to answer any questions which you might have. In reference to the adapters that I have to mate the Suzuki 1.6L to either the Toyota 4 or 6 cylinder trannies they are part # S2T4 and # S2T6 respectivly. S2T4 is a one piece aluminum billet adapter that fits between the Zuk bellhousing and Toyota 4 cyl. 5 speed tranny. Supplied with the adapter are all bolts and cap screws (grade 8). User can provide their own clutch(which must be altered slightly),throw-out bearing (also needs minor alteration), and a new pilot bearing. Part numbers, sources, and details as to what modifications that will be needed are provided with the kit. If indeed the end user would rather be provided with a ready to bolt in clutch, throw-out,and pilot bearing this kit can be provided also. Kit #S2T6 is a one piece billet aluminum adapter that allows you to mount a Toyota 6cyl. or Turbo tranny (23 spline) to the Zuk 1.6 L engine. Again all hardware necessary to bolt the adapter in place is provided. Please be aware that tranmission mounts, crossmembers, dog housing of floors if necessary, are the responsibility of the end user. Lastly, the twin stick shifter kit is available for both 4 & 6 cyl, transfer case applications. It is a direct bolt-in unit, constructed entirely of 1/4 inch steel plate and stock, firmness of shifter is adjustable, and sticks can be bent and manipulated to clear various seat locations etc. This is NOT a sealed unit but with some simple ingenuity and junkyard parts, a boot could easily be fabricated to fit each individuals needs. By the way both the adapter and the twin stick unit have now been in service in my vehicles for the past 10 months with out any adversity or problems. The part number by the way is #T2S. For more information and or questions please feel free to contact me at:S.O.S. 418 North Cayuga Street, Ithaca, New York 14850 or call Kerry @ 607-272-8799.
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Old 09-24-2001, 11:00 AM   #2 (permalink)
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[QB]Prices are changing daily
because more economical means are being sought to manufacture each of the products. QB]
If these prices changing because of "more economical means" then it would go down not up. Your buddy already made a fool of himself, telling us the twin stick was $95, then 2 days later it's $175 and it was raised because you didn't like our atitude over here, well you can keep your crap with that atitude <IMG SRC="smilies/flipoff.gif" border="0"> If your Buddy is missrepisenting you then you had better correct his statement, and quick! Your name is already Smeared here. I want to hear from you on this matter, if it's as your buddy put it, I don't need anything you have to offer. If not, I may.He has not helped you out guy, more hurt you then anything, look herehttp://www.pirate4x4.com/cgi-bin/ubb...c&f=6&t=008972
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What the heck is all the anger about? I'll have to see the thread.
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Yikes...Kerry needs a new promoter.
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Old 09-24-2001, 03:54 PM   #5 (permalink)
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<STRONG>Yikes...Kerry needs a new promoter.</STRONG>
<IMG SRC="smilies/smile.gif" border="0"> Yup, he does. Good news is, a guy in Texas just ordered a dual shifter from him at $95 shipped for the v6 tranny, we will have to wait for the review on this. I'am giving him the benifit of the dought, I think SOS just should not have been a rep <IMG SRC="smilies/biggrin.gif" border="0">
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Cool. Me and Bobaki have talked with Kerry several times, he IS really nice over the phone.
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I've spoken with him as well, and Kerry seems to be a good guy with a lot of good ideas. Haven't seen any of his products, tho. I'd be very interested in some reviews <IMG SRC="smilies/eyemouth.gif" border="0">
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Good, guess we wait and see <IMG SRC="smilies/eek.gif" border="0">
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my take on Kerry was a good one
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did I do that?????????????
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I met Kerry at Paragon this last weekend during the Pocono Trail Fest. He's a good guy just tryin help. I checked out his twin stick he has in his rig. It shifted positive and engaged with a firm feel. While we were there the man offered us help and his tools if we needed it. He had a plasma cutter,welder,torches etc.. My buddy broke his front diff. guard Friday on Undertaker and Kerry welded it up for him and only wanted a <IMG SRC="smilies/beer.gif" border="0">
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Ya !! I'll second that !!!

I busted my clutch cable and my spare was junk. Kerry offered his spare without hesitation. I gladly paid him what the parts stores were asking (since they didn't have any). Plus I was surprised his kick cable work on my zuke + the cable was better with a slightly different casing on it...

He also offered up all his tools, welder, plasma etc... should they be needed !

He's all right in my book !!! I definitly owe him a beer or two !!! <IMG SRC="smilies/beer.gif" border="0"> <IMG SRC="smilies/beer.gif" border="0">

His custom parts ALL looked top notch and im not sure what you get for $100 these days but that aint it. Maybe some stealhorse junk, not top notch custom made parts !!! Someone tries to make a product and ya slam him.

All you keyboard wheelers need to stop pipe dreaming about some upgrade you'll never do and just hit the trail and wheel what ya got !!!

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<STRONG>Ya !! I'll second that !!!
All you keyboard wheelers need to stop pipe dreaming about some upgrade you'll never do and just hit the trail and wheel what ya got !!!

-yag</STRONG>
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<STRONG>Ya !! I'll second that !!!

I busted my clutch cable and my spare was junk. Kerry offered his spare without hesitation. I gladly paid him what the parts stores were asking (since they didn't have any). Plus I was surprised his kick cable work on my zuke + the cable was better with a slightly different casing on it...

He also offered up all his tools, welder, plasma etc... should they be needed !

He's all right in my book !!! I definitly owe him a beer or two !!! <IMG SRC="smilies/beer.gif" border="0"> <IMG SRC="smilies/beer.gif" border="0">

His custom parts ALL looked top notch and im not sure what you get for $100 these days but that aint it. Maybe some stealhorse junk, not top notch custom made parts !!! Someone tries to make a product and ya slam him.

All you keyboard wheelers need to stop pipe dreaming about some upgrade you'll never do and just hit the trail and wheel what ya got !!!

-yag</STRONG>
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