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  1. #31
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    Quote Originally Posted by RICHA311 View Post
    Well I broke in the samurai on this event lol.
    Driver door small dent and some rock rash. Rear pass quarter some sheetmetal damage and fender flare. Overall I thought it did pretty good for a small rig running open open.
    Some of the hardest and most fun I've had on class 6 roads.
    Feathered out the drivers door and quarter panel for paint. Reshaped the pass side sheetmetal and reattached the fender flare.
    Painted the lower half of the whole thing in a light textured truck bed coating. Future scratches dents can be easily touched paint wise. Bring on the tree/rock scratches.
    I love that little 'Zuke! That thing will be a monster with lockers or even good LSDs. Course, if you have to open teh diffs for lockers, might as well do gears (to allow for tires)...
    but I wouldn't necessarily jump to tires if they won't fit with minor suspension work... small tire trucks rule!
    -TYLER - - Illegitimi non carborundum - -
    '14 Nissan Frontier SV 4x4 V6 Auto
    -----3" lift with Nisstec MK84 coilovers & OME leafs, HeftyFab skids & Whiteknuckle sliders, WARN Winch & bumper, 32" Duratracs
    '15 Nissan Xterra Pro4X
    -----Heftyfab skids & Whiteknuckle sliders, 32" Duratracs

  2. #32
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    Quote Originally Posted by mtyler11 View Post
    I love that little 'Zuke! That thing will be a monster with lockers or even good LSDs. Course, if you have to open teh diffs for lockers, might as well do gears (to allow for tires)...
    but I wouldn't necessarily jump to tires if they won't fit with minor suspension work... small tire trucks rule!
    My suggestions for the Suzuki based on Saturday (in this order):

    A.) More Armor (you might have to break out the welder for this - not sure what's available aftermarket)
    B.) More flex - there were times you were losing traction because of insufficient articulation
    C.) traction control (could be tires, could be diffs)
    -- Tundra (yes, really my name, not my truck!) - KC1DQY

    2013 Wrangler Unlimited Sport 'Wheezy Chicken' - not stock any more - Schoolbus Yellow (er, 'Dozer')
    1952 M38A1 'Old Swampy' - pending reassembly into mostly stock form

  3. #33
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    The only pics I took from the start.

    Anymore pics of the mod runs. I know someone had a few with my rear tires wiggling in the air.
    Thanks we had a great time.

    Greg
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    Skids/Armor/XD9000i/4.56 Locked Rear
    Sway Away Coilovers/ 33x10.5 KM2/ Bobbed bed

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    I second loving the 'Zuke. Didn't see it run, but I want one. Maybe that well be my choice for a short and narrow vehicle to compliment the oil tanker I normally wheel with.
    Quote Originally Posted by mtyler11 View Post
    I love that little 'Zuke! That tIhing will be a monster with lockers or even good LSDs. Course, if you have to open teh diffs for lockers, might as well do gears (to allow for tires)...
    but I wouldn't necessarily jump to tires if they won't fit with minor suspension work... small tire trucks rule!
    1992 AM General m998 HMMWV

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeepin View Post
    Thats amazing! Such a cool video, thanks for sharing. I was curious about that camera setup.

    It was great meeting you guys and glad someone who needed a winch finally got it! I think it will make for even better videos..
    Thank you!! I was curious if the camera was going to end up staying up for the whole trip, but it surprisingly did!
    I will need that lucky winch! And if I don't fit it straight away before hitting the trails again, it will be the time I need it! Thank you all again and hope to see you guys soon, had a brilliant time! :)

    Steed: Daily driven 2010 Land Rover LR4 5.0 HSE
    Bits: 31" Wrangler AT Adventure Kevlar tires / Air suspension / Center & rear lockers / Rock sliders / Bumps & bruises
    Vid: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0W-OBHos1Bo

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    What a great time we had! Thanks to all who helped put this together.

    https://youtu.be/WwB1-9FwcBY
    https://youtu.be/ZEdPa4k2peM
    “Don’t lick a gift horse in the mouth”

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