Track kick doublers? Anyone still making them?

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    Track kick doublers? Anyone still making them?

    Does anyone still make kick/kick doublers? What about kick/samurai? I don’t want to make my own, need to entertain an extra gear option in a sidekick/tracker that I don’t to butcher up things like the floor.

    #2
    I know there was a guy that was making a kick/dana300 doubler too.

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      #3
      I tried searching for this very thing last year when I was messing around with a tracker project. Couldn't find anyone making the kits anymore. Even the kick/Dana 300 doubler kit seemed like it was unobtainable.

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        #4
        facebook search samurai/sidekick dual t-case kit. thats where I got mine

        they do them in batches so you might have to wait.
        Last edited by PointsNorth; 5 days ago.

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          #5
          Originally posted by PointsNorth View Post
          facebook search samurai/sidekick dual t-case kit. thats where I got mine

          they do them in batches so you might have to wait.
          I try not go to Facebook but I did find what you’re talking about. The DIY kit to put a samurai case on the back of a tracker range box. I can’t weld aluminum and don’t have the time for that level of work involved.

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            #6
            Try to send Keith Rice on Facebook a message.

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              #7
              Originally posted by shadow crawlers View Post
              Try to send Keith Rice on Facebook a message.
              he does the tracker 300 right?

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                #8
                Unfortunately Keith told me he wants to get out of the game. He doesn’t want to build them anymore. 😢

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                  #9
                  thats because 99 percent of suzuki guys are cheap bastards

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                    #10
                    Originally posted by PointsNorth View Post
                    thats because 99 percent of suzuki guys are cheap bastards
                    You could not be more correct. I build my adapter, but he made the spud shaft for me. And I’ve beat the hell out of it. No issues so for. (Kick/300)

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                      #11
                      people that bitch about no support generally dont realize that it cost money for that. nobody is going to build anything without a demand and if nobody wants to pay for why bother

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                        #12
                        Originally posted by PointsNorth View Post
                        thats because 99 percent of suzuki guys are cheap bastards
                        I once owned a Samurai with Calmini everything, spidertrax suspension (1/4 elliptical rear and coil front) ARBs, 1.6 swap, amongst other shit. The other 1% goes full suzuki nuthugger.
                        If you vote blue, fuck you.

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                          #13
                          With how many issues toyota dual cases have had over the years upgrading bearings, and still having issues with the coupler moving around and wearing out the splines, I don't see how the little welded together floating spud shaft deal will hold up long term. Maybe not in a trailer queen, Adamwende seems to have proven their strength.

                          I'd like to see a track kick vitara trans to toyota tcase adapter. No funky welded coupler or having to weld aluminum.

                          The issue is that the kick trans and toyota tcase are both male if you could broach out the tcase input to look like the stock kick case, the adapter would be pretty simple. But again zuk people are cheap.

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                            #14
                            Originally posted by PointsNorth View Post
                            thats because 99 percent of suzuki guys are cheap bastards
                            The guy I built this for wasn't........ Click image for larger version
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                              #15
                              Originally posted by YotaAtieToo View Post
                              I'd like to see a track kick vitara trans to toyota tcase adapter. No funky welded coupler or having to weld aluminum.

                              The issue is that the kick trans and toyota tcase are both male if you could broach out the tcase input to look like the stock kick case, the adapter would be pretty simple. But again zuk people are cheap.
                              there is guys making these using early L series 4spd transmission tailhousings and the splined collar toyota used to basically convert a 2wd trans too 4wd.

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