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Old 02-22-2013, 11:58 AM   #11 (permalink)
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No, a tube up probably wouldn't be a good thing.
Depends on which side of the tube you're on.....

And John is a great guy to work with. I sent him a Mag to sleeper pneu along with an ASA. He had some issues modding the ASA and instead of flaking and screwing me he actually scoured the internet and found a replacement (gloss back BL Geardrive=hard to find) When the one he got in, ended up being used, he let me know the situation and said while he could pass it off as new, wouldnt. We ended up striking a deal where he did the install/modding for free. I can't say enough good things about him.

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That's awesome!! I'd love to go with a sleeper mod, but I don't think that would be possible with the drop I put on my Mag.

If I could find a direct mount CP ASA I might go that route. Can a tickler LPR fit inside an Inteliframe?
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Its a tough fit TBH. I was using an M90 which made it a lot easier. It can be done, but not for the faint of heart, especially for first time.
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Hmmm.. I may just go standard Pneu than.
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Loguzzzz does a good job
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Loguzzzz does a good job
last time i talked with loguzz on doing a sleeper, he hated doing a intelli sleeper and would not do another. he would do just about any other frame for sleeper except intelli.
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last time i talked with loguzz on doing a sleeper, he hated doing a intelli sleeper and would not do another. he would do just about any other frame for sleeper except intelli.
I'll have him do a standard ol' pneumag job than. That way, I can play in the "Pneud."
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u can "Sleep" "Walk" in the "Pneud" tho...haha!!!
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Old 02-24-2013, 10:06 AM   #19 (permalink)
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If you don't like the look of the LPR attached to the ASA you can opt for having the vert ASA tapped and mount it there.
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I don't mind the LPR out the side of the ASA and it has an available port.
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