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« on: May 28, 2006, 01:46:54 PM »

Ok. Yes, I want to bag my tek. Just not right away. I found 2 kits online, and wasn't very impressed. Now with my Sonoma there were millions of kits for it. So I'm thinking just get everything seperate. Compressor, tank, valves, lines, controls, that be no problem. The bags is my biggest concern. What kind of bags should I get? For the Sonoma they all had front shock relocator kits, but I'm seeing some with shocks on top of the bag....and was like wtf!? So anyone who has bagged...what bags you used? Thanks
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