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    Introduce your self here!

    Make your presence known in this sticky!

    #2
    I've been racing this thing for the past 8 years:

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    Last edited by No way; 06-26-2020, 09:04 AM.
    Jack of all trades, master of fuck all.

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      #3
      New to Samurais, built this last summer!

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        #4
        The hell you say.


        Originally posted by flecker View Post
        Make your sticky known in this presence !

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          #5
          Originally posted by PAE View Post
          The hell you say.



          Wait... your sticky?

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            #6
            Not now Ive showered since then.

            Originally posted by flecker View Post

            Wait... your sticky?

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              #7
              Hey, glad I received the notice telling me about this site! Was on a couple of the other ones for many years but slowly drifted away, same guys, saying the same stuff. Unfortunately the timing is bad as I will be selling my Samurais next spring due to a change in residence and lifestyle. I was planning on selling this year but with the covid situation and some health issues it wasn't the right time. But in the meantime I will enjoy the conversations!

              By the way, I'm from Minnesota and I have an '86 tin top and a '91 soft top (currently just a rusty one I use to plow my driveway)

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                #8
                Click image for larger version Name:	tactizuk.JPG Views:	0 Size:	393.0 KB ID:	133622 Hi all, this is my 89 sidekick. Tactizuk status

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                  #9
                  Also glad to have been told about this site. Even more exciting that it has gained some steam here more recently. Miss seeing all the old builds on the old board.
                  never been a brand specific guy. First wheeler was a toy pickup, wrinkled a couple Cherokees, and now I'll be spending some time with Suzuki's.

                  Have a 95 tracker soft top and a 94 sidekick. Tracker has been the driver until recently. 4 door zuk will likely be the drivetrain donor for a buggy.

                  Gonna build some junk and have some fun.

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                    #10
                    Was on the old board for years but had been inactive until recently, couldn't figure out why there were no recent posts or replies... Guy I knew local from there told me about this when he came to grab an old solid front axle I was getting rid of, and here we are.

                    New to the zuk scene, just bought an 88 tin top a couple months ago from Utah, should be getting here soon. Looking forward to building her as a dd which will see some trail duty. We do rope rescue here, and we assist with training classes. Planning to build the old girl up to haul rope and equipment out to our training areas, and planning to document along the way. Been kicking around the idea of doing a vlog on yt as well.

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                      #11
                      longtime lurker on the old board. came here because I enjoy samurai build threads. I have owned several samurais over the years that were mildly built/DD rigs. currently have a 88 samurai that needs alot of love.

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                        #12
                        Hey guys I’ve been a long time dreamer and finally picked up a 87 Samurai Tin top been wheeling and fixing it up as I go. Running stock 1.3 6.5:1 case gears sitting on Toyota axles.

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                          #13
                          Originally posted by DonnyBaja View Post
                          Hey guys I’ve been a long time dreamer and finally picked up a 87 Samurai Tin top been wheeling and fixing it up as I go. Running stock 1.3 6.5:1 case gears sitting on Toyota axles.
                          Really love the tin tops~

                          Great zuki man!

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                            #14
                            Hey folks. Got myself a zuk last summer thinking I could quickly and cheaply get it built into a fun lightweight wheeler to dick around in while I did some major updates to my main wheeler. I've had a damn time and a half getting it running reliably. It's a 94 EFI that spent time at the beach, so lots of fun there patching holes and chasing bad grounds. Presently have the ECM sent off to the speedo repair guy, hoping that will cure my most persistent issues.

                            Anyway, as it sits, it has OME rears front and back for maybe 1.5" or so of lift and clearing 31's. Also did the GM alt swap. The gears, lockers & birf rings, cage, winch, and EPS are waiting on me to install. Still need to repurpose the front bumper and build the rest of the armor as well. Goal is to keep it very light and low and stable. Looking forward to many enjoyable trail miles once I get the damn thing done.

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                              #15
                              Clean looking zook. Where you from? We should include general location in these intro’s. I’m from just outside the Tillamook Forest in Oregon.

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