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Old 24th February 2009, 12:24   #106
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so fazal saab,

what about the interior, customs leaf spring and topless pictures?

please tell me where to source for appollo bullet tyres.

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Old 24th February 2009, 13:39   #107
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Nice work Sir,
what attracts me most is the soft top design and the partly visible roll cage structure. Would love to see some uncovered pics of the fittings, frame. Not to mention some details of the customized leaf springs.
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Old 24th February 2009, 20:14   #108
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Parm, Kandisa, fk7 and all,
The leafsprings pics and engine and interiors and top stripping for you all, save and enlarge for detailed viewing. However I forgot to remove the rear half part of the top and keep the front half for pics , but that vesrion can be viewed on my ex white jeep pics on the forum.
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Interiors
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The arrow marks indicate the custom design which eliminaes body roll very effectively. Rear leaf.
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Full top
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Old 24th February 2009, 20:21   #109
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Fazal, is it feasible for you to make such a soft top and support accessories for any MM5**? why i asked is, i am very much interested about that soft top. Do you think you can make all the fittings and soft top for me so that i can fit it directly? You know i am very far from Hyd. so driving uptill there is not an option for me. It looks awesome and practical.

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Nice work Fazal,

I just love the Jeep when the hood is rolled up at the back.

Good going.

Cheers !!!!!!!!!
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Old 24th February 2009, 20:46   #111
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Dear all,
Jeep terrain. (No text).


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Dear Fazal,
As i already mentioned, awesome work.
Is it only me or do everybody see there 2 set of leaf suspensions ?
Or is it common with all jeeps? If not, could any of you throw some light on this?
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Dear all,
Jeep terrain. (No text).
WOW !!!!!!!!!
Not only does the Jeep look out of this world but the photography is amazing too, as if you've hired a professional photographer for the Jeeps photo shoot.

Its just amazing

Cheers !!!!!!!!
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Dear Sree,
Would love to help, as you know each top and framework is a custom fit and needs to be very precise fitting to be what it should be, especially the soft top part more than the frame work.
You can replicate the one in pics, the reason I posted in detail closeups.
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Fazal, is it feasible for you to make such a soft top and support accessories for any MM5**? why i asked is, i am very much interested about that soft top. Do you think you can make all the fittings and soft top for me so that i can fit it directly? You know i am very far from Hyd. so driving uptill there is not an option for me. It looks awesome and practical.

Thanks
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Thanks Randeep,
My friend and I did the job with my canon. Just on the outskirts of Hyderabad.

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WOW !!!!!!!!!
Not only does the Jeep look out of this world but the photography is amazing too, as if you've hired a professional photographer for the Jeeps photo shoot.

Its just amazing

Cheers !!!!!!!!
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Well fazal i loved the work on the jeep. This is macho and perfect.
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Old 24th February 2009, 21:25   #117
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On one end you have single, the other has a double shackle to accomodate the helper which is custom designed by a very old timer here. the other advantages are mentioned.
YES! it is awesome ride quality.

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Dear Fazal,
As i already mentioned, awesome work.
Is it only me or do everybody see there 2 set of leaf suspensions ?
Or is it common with all jeeps? If not, could any of you throw some light on this?
Cheers,
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Old 24th February 2009, 23:42   #118
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I can't believe my eyes. You did a great job!
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Great Work Fazal,
The Jeep look WOW..

The suspension work well can you please shed some more light on it like cost past, the custom fabrication, how much better is it than the original fitment.
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Excellent work on the soft top.The flexibility offered is too good.Work on my jeep is almost over.Will post some pics shortly.However,the soft top design given by you had to be modified a bit,as the place I live around receives almost 200 inches of rainfall annually.
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