Offroading my diesel Isuzu pup with stacks and a small lift...
'84 Isuzu P'up (pickup)
2.2L diesel, 4-speed, 4x4
Custom 2.5in Exhaust stacks (yes those
are cherry bombs, I'll be going to a single stack soon)
torsion bar lift (stock rear, so it sags a little) 31x10.5 MudRovers on
15in stock Isuzu aluminum wheels
Only driver seat in now (stock Amigo) until I finish sound proofing and
Silver paint is to cover primer, covering the welds until I can properly
paint the entire truck (have RustBullet black and grey, just need a
I got it back up and running after messing up the tranny and decided to
take it on the dike behind my house to test it out a little (in case
something came loose I'd be close). Everything worked great (wish they
made lockers though) except I need to replace a CV joint (you can hear it
clicking bad when I turn. Over all it did very well. Since there were
very few videos of P'ups offroading I figured I'd make up a little video.
Everyone was working so I had to take the video myself, and with no buddy
vehicle I had to keep my wheeling to where I wouldn't get stuck.
Note: Most of the songs I wanted to add were copyrighted so I just put mine
on. First time out singing with the band Character Reference (I have a
video of that on youtube too..)
Isuzu cylinder head installation
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95 Isuzu Pickup
My clean 95 Isuzu pickup👊😜
2.3 FI w a 5 speed manual trans
17"x 8 flat black wheels
225/45/17 front - falken
245/40/17 rear - falken
Isuzu Engine Rebuild
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Axle Replacement 1 of 4- 1995 Isuzu Rodeo
Video 1 of 4- Removing the Rotor
In this video series I will be repairing a 1995 Isuzu Rodeo front driver
side axle- This is a 4x4 v6 rodeo.
If you're hearing a popping, grinding, or clanking noise while turning it
is probably your CV joint going out.
I didn't want to spend $750 to have someone else replace this axle when it
only cost me about $155 to do it myself. That price includes then specialty
tools I had to buy. I ended up replacing both front axles for about $215.
I figured I saved about $1300 doing the repairs myself.
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Isuzu Pup in the snow 4WD
Up near Medicine Lake CA where the road is closed and turned into a snow
park during winter months. Playing in the snow with the 1986 Isuzu Pup
(pickup) 4x4 4WD manual hubs 5 speed 2.3L