EBANO

ZR2 Owner
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About EBANO

  • Birthday 11/25/1975

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    calopezs@hotmail.com
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    EBANO S. L. P. MEX.

Previous Fields

  • Name:
    CESAR A. LOPEZ SALDAƑA
  • Country
    Mexico
  • State or Providence:
    Other
  • ZR2 Year:
    1994
  • ZR2 Color:
    BLUE
  • ZR2 Model:
    Chevy S10
  1. thanks, thank you very much to all by its aid
  2. AND MORE
  3. THANKS FOR THE AID LATER TAKE THE PHOTO I WAIT FOR THESE PHOTOS ARE USEFUL THANKS FOR ITS AID
  4. THANKS FOR THE AID LATER TAKE THE PHOTO
  5. please it tell me like identifying real zr2 this is my s10
  6. then all zr2 has back locking differential. pardon by my ignorance I do not have anything to do here
  7. Ah gotcha. Yep, the differential protection from Synergy is the way to go. Now if you meant that you want to lock the rear end so that power goes to both tires, that's different. Either way, someone around here will know the answer usually! Glad to have you aboard thus it is I am Mexican and alive in the potosina husteca, good territory for off road ebano it does not mean bath Black? I miss read it. the wood of the called tree ebony is black
  8. according to the first models they did not equip it http://www.zr2usa.com/mboard/index.php?showtopic=14839 the wood of the called tree ebony is black
  9. according to the first models they did not equip it http://www.zr2usa.com/mboard/index.php?showtopic=14839
  10. Ah gotcha. Yep, the differential protection from Synergy is the way to go. Now if you meant that you want to lock the rear end so that power goes to both tires, that's different. Either way, someone around here will know the answer usually! Glad to have you aboard thus it is I am Mexican and alive in the potosina husteca, good territory for off road ebano it does not mean bath
  11. Ah gotcha. Yep, the differential protection from Synergy is the way to go. Now if you meant that you want to lock the rear end so that power goes to both tires, that's different. Either way, someone around here will know the answer usually! Glad to have you aboard thus it is I am Mexican and alive in the potosina husteca, good territory for off road
  12. locking differential it is the correct word my zr2 for being of the first models it does not have installed this option