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Matt,

What are you looking for?

Rome Awde in Calgary - OK, Cochrane really - is just now starting to work with Terracan for the terratrip stuff, as well as seats, belts etc.

e-mail me at [email protected] and I can forward contact info

Keith
 

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Mat, what are you looking for? I am local to you and have already gone through most of what you are going through (trying to prepare for your first event) I have sourced a lot of parts, let me know what you want and I'll see if I can help.
 

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Well I just about have everything now, but still looking for terra trip. Everything else I have needed I have found for great prices here and there, done allot of searching for the best price. Also I think I need a new skid pad.
 

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For a new skid plate, take your old one off to use as a template and take it to Alberta Metal Supply on the south side. They will cut, bend, fab whatever you need. Great prices, lots of stock, excellent service. My 3/16" 6061 Al skid plate cost $175, cut to size with 4 bends. Aluminum plate is expensive, just so you know, the material itself was $160...
 

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You do have a 2002 rule book, don't you? Window film is recomended (but not required) on all windows (except windshield). The same rules apply for rally as they do on the street. Anything goes for the rear windows, but as for the front sides, you'd be risking a ticket if you drive your car on the street with anything more than a clear film or very light tint.
 

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Matt,

You'll probably get this lecture repeatedly, but before you spend anymore money on the car, get yourself a copy of the current rulebook, pull up a comfortable chair, and read it cover to cover three or four or five times. The money you save by not making mistakes will be more than offset by what you invest in the rule book. Good luck with your project!

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>Matt,
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>You'll probably get this lecture repeatedly, but before you
>spend anymore money on the car, get yourself a copy of the
>current rulebook, pull up a comfortable chair, and read it
>cover to cover three or four or five times. The money you
>save by not making mistakes will be more than offset by what
>you invest in the rule book. Good luck with your project!
>
>Kent Gardam



i second that !!

i wasted money on 2 set of belts that wont be legal in 2003 :-(
becose they are not camlock...
 
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