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have been doing some reading and searching...does anyone have information on how/where/what parts to gear 5th taller...Ive read that at one time parts were supposed to be available,but have never seen or heard of anyone actually doing it...Hardy

found a mention of a company in Mesa that used to have a kit??? no email,so will have to try calling in the next few days...anyone else have info?

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