Suzuki Samurai 'Monster' Boggers - Patrol axles - lockers - exo cage
A Compilation of a 4x4 day in Beekse bergen, Near Tilburg. Netherlands.
It is a small terrain, but it has a few nice mud holes!
A Few stock suzuki's, 2 Jimny's, A few patrols, but mostly a suzuki samurai
with 33' Boggers, patrol R Axles, 6.1 T-Case, 1600 16v 100hp engine, 2
Lockers, and lots more!
Suzuki Samurai Engine swap Time Lapse
We finaly got around to sort the engine problems on our Suzuki.
Or rather, we dumped the broken 970cc engine completely, and put in a
completely rebuild 1324cc instead. this will give us a Boost of about 20 hp. yeah, that dosen't sound
like a great lot, but when it had only 45 to begin with, it's going to make
quite a differance.
Thanks for watching!
SAMURAI ON 44's PULLIN IMPOSSIBLE MUD HOLE!
TD and Justin told me they were gonna try the pipeline and just try and
stay clean....you know, nothing too crazy. Once they committed though, it
was all about making it to the other side! They committed and got it done
in a hole that swallowed trucks with 54" or larger tires!
Sami has stock 4 cylinder engine on Toyota axles. Front axle isn't locked
due to not having power steering, up until recently. 44's with no power
steering is just a beating on the trail.
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Suzuki Samurai Lift Kit
The "Zuke" gets a little lift! This video shows the nstallation of a
previously enjoyed Calmini 5" lift kit and high steer on a 1987 Suzuki
Samurai, by a hobby mechanic in a home garage equipped with a vehicle
hoist. SPOA (Spring Over Axle) Lift kit, requires drive shaft spacers, new
brake lines and special steering components and other adjustments. We ended
up with about 7" of lift, because the suzuki didn't have stock shackles.
The tires on it are still great, and too good to replace with larger ones
right now but we may do that down the road.
Intro and ending music is "Redneck Hillbillies" by the Preston Summerville
Band out of Georgia, used with permission from J. Roberson, manager.