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Formerly vt89gtvert
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So as some of you know I have been thinking/planning a SAS in my hopefully near future as funds are able to be saved.

I have also been working on getting my BKO legal to drive on the road. Well, got the insurance, but the inspection was a little more challenging. Got a little help on the inspection, but was told if I was just a regular guy a front suspention rebuilt would be required.

So now I have all the more reason to do that SAS......

Just thought I would share, that is all and probibly not of interest to anyone.
 

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congrats. Im working on getting mine street legal. All i need now is insurance, which I found. ohh yea.
 

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congrats? heh, at least you've got an excuse to get started earlier
 

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What are Marylands laws about non-fabricated lifts from known manufacturers, i.e. bronco 4" from Rancho vs. home brewed SAS?
 

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What are Marylands laws about non-fabricated lifts from known manufacturers, i.e. bronco 4" from Rancho vs. home brewed SAS?
Don't have a clue, but that is something I am going to have to look into. Damned you gues who keep giving me good advice on things i should do and look at, and read before doing my SAS.

I just one inspection when first titled in the state, don't ever have to get one again, and since I am on the shore there are no emmissions tests either.
 
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