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 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.
Baddest Suzuki Samurai in America
I bought this '91 Samurai as a Bone stock truck back in September 2010, and
worked my butt off to make it what it is today. I used the best of
everything available, or built my own, to make a rig that can hang with the
big boys. I turned the stock ratted out brown interior to a black,
functional, show quality cockpit. The whole tub is LineX coated, and I had
the Front Bumper sprayed as well. I painted the exterior a cream white
enamel, then covered it in Realtree Hardwoods Snow camofluage from
CamoClad. The motor is the stock 1.3l with fuel injection, but I added a
K&N air filter, Pacesetter long tube header with Flowmaster 44 muffler, a
GM alternator, and freshened up the entire motor with new seals,
electronics, hoses, timing belt, water pump, and everything else you'd do
to a 20 year old vehicle to make sure it was in tip-top shape. I coil
lifted the entire truck to clear the 33" BFG Mud Terrain KM2's. Every part
of the undercarriage was completely disassembled, reinforced, rebuilt,
painted, and reassembled to make a worthy trail rig. The transmission was
rebuilt, and the transfer case received a set of 6.5:1 crawl gears. This
truck has been a blast to build, and I don't plan on stopping where it is