EnviroKarma.org - Electric Vehicle (EV) Conversion '...it's (NOT) hard to be Green' - what Kermit should have said


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addng a bellypan to the Suzuki Swift (Geo Metro/Pontiac Firefly)...

    This is the last picture of the BellyPan all installed... it really was not too bad of a job, but took most of a day with all the test installs, trims, and re-installs. I used automotive J clips in the front, and U-bolts to fasten to the torsion bar in the back. The gallery has the progression pictures showing a few details.

    total : 4 hrs - ish


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