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Off Road GEO Metro?; 500 Gambler moded geo metro
Topic Started: May 28 2018, 07:18 PM (101 Views)
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Hey guys,

I need help! I want to make a 1992 GEO metro into a little off-roader! My hope is to enter it into the 500 Gambler in just over a month. I was looking at putting spacers and bigger tires on it, but other that what should I do? Has anyone ever done this before? What have you done? What have you guys done to up the torque on your GEO's?

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Coche Blanco
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This should give you some ideas.
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Exactly this.....
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Johnny Mullet
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All you need to do is put 95+ coil springs in it to raise the suspension, get some gorilla lugnuts to upgrade to 13" tires, and mount up some aggressive snow tires. Too large or too aggressive of a tire and the engine won't have the ponies to turn them. Better put a very large battery in it because the alternator is the first to fail in the mud. Trust me. I been there :deal
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