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Default Ricor Intiminator Group Buy??

Anyone want to get Ricor Intiminators? If there is enough interest, I could ask someone over at Ricor? If you know who I should contact at Ricor then let me know ahead of time and best way to reach him so I can get it going.

So post a reply if you are interested to help on # of interest.. Thanks!
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I might be interested, but they are already on sale for $180, which seems to me much less then my first set.

I think last time we asked for a group buy, they just gave us a discount code to use. But that's been a while and my memory isn't so good. (They used to be a lot more active around the forum)
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I'm down, I have been looking at getting some anyways, so if we can get a group discount that would be pretty sick. Of course you can get them on ebay for 177 right now with free shipping, so they would have to beat that.
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id be interested in how much they are as there cheaper than a real front end lol
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id be interested in how much they are as there cheaper than a real front end lol
You can't buy a better "real" front end. You'd have to build it from stock parts.

This is one of the better suspension mods, although I'm not convinced that everyone needs it.
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I just ordered a set for 180 - thats far cheaper than the 300ish they used to be. That sale may be better than any group buy that comes into play down the road.
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I am really looking into these, but I was curious if anyone has an opinion on whether it would be good to get a progressive or burly fork spring lowering kit to go along with these, or just leave the stock springs?
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specterindustries - There are many pages written about Intiminators, with both stock springs and aftermarket ones. I believe XLXR (of the 7 pages of suspension fame) has recommended staying with stock springs for the most part. However, I suspect the recommendation if you are going to with aftermarket springs is to go with Works Dual Rate.

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