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post #1 of (permalink) Old 10-13-2002, 08:33 PM
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Thinking of selling (trading)my zuk

I am thinking of selling my zuk and am looking for your opinions. I have to young s and a wife and need more room for kids and gear on the trail. I am looking into other vehicles that will provide more room. This bring me to my point when/if I sell the zuk would I get more out of it with a swaped 85 nissian 2.4 engine(extrta cost) or would it be more appealing leaving the stock engine in it. I am looking to get at least $1700 (or trade)for it with the following items on it.
87 samurai
90 axles and t-case.
Wrangler springs with homemade kit welded to frame.
Front frame extended for springs
Ford shock towers
relocated shock mounts for longer shocks.
130 amp alternator w/ RRO bracket
Pony carb
New exhaust w/o cat.
Full roll cage welded to frame in rear
Custom front bumper 2"x4" welded to frame
Custom rear bumper bolted to rear
Rear tailgate welded close
Rear lights recessed in to tail gate
Jeep wheel flares
Trac-bar homemade
Body is rough but solid and very repairable
Diamond plate rocker panels, glove box, rear wheel well, targa bar, dash insert.
31" mud kings on Bart black steel wheel with 2 3/4" backspace.
Full size spare on same Bart wheels.
Many extra parts inc, complete set stock 87 axles (front and rear), steel doors, hood, and much more.
Is not a show vehicle but real good for the woods, runs good and looks good.
Speedo cable not working
Gas tank leaks when full and could use a new one.
Any advice is appreciated or possible swaps considered, Thanks.
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post #2 of (permalink) Old 10-13-2002, 09:58 PM
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Re: Thinking of selling (trading)my zuk

My vote is stay stock. When you start going down the road of a hybrid you're lucky to break even. The only
way to justify this kind of installation is to plan on driving it for a while to get the investment out of it. Been
there done that on a number of rigs
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