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post #1 of (permalink) Old 02-24-2002, 02:43 PM Thread Starter
 
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Where tp find a set of these front lights?

I found this pic on the http://www.suzukicollector.com/ site and was curious about the lights. Where was these made at and would they be hard to find? Would love to has a set on my 86 hard top.

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Re: Where tp find a set of these front lights?

Thats a pic of the current Samurai thats sold outside of the US. The major outside difference is the front grill and lights. Those parts are available outside the US since its a current model. I do not think you could get them in the US though. I am sure you could prob fab something to look just like the grill though.

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Re: Where tp find a set of these front lights?

Do they sell this type of Samurai in Canada? ...or maybe Mexico?


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I know its not sold in Canada but im not sure about Mexico.

Its mostly sold in Japan and Europe.

If it was made in Canada I would have said go to any dealer and order one since I got parts from the dealer before for a SJ 410. I dont think the dealers will special order parts from other countries though.




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Re: Where tp find a set of these front lights?

They sell them in the Bahamas. I've seen one and I drooled... Unfortunately, I don't think any of the front end (fenders)will work for a swap over.

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Re: Where tp find a set of these front lights?

Yep your right Capn, the fender's/hood and windshield with not work for our samurai's(95&older) they are a totally new design. The tub is different as well, the widshield is NON fold down, even the soft tops:-(

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Re: Where tp find a set of these front lights?

Are the dimensions close though. If a man could make this work it sure would be a h###ova alot easier to custom a front bumper.

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Looks like the model we had here before the new Jimny.
Coil springs, chain driven transfer case, same motor but I think it had round tooth cam belt and sprockets. Different ratios in diff and T case.
Nothin' flash really.
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Re: Where tp find a set of these front lights?

Shoop,
Anything is possible I guess. If I remember right the front is sloped more than our Samurai's. So if one was to get just the grill it might look funny. I think the only way to do it right would to cut the front clip at mid fender and graft it on your samy, then use your hood.

But for me it is easier to put my turn signals in the grill:-)

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