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I'm posting some pics I took a few weeks ago at my friend's place. Some are of the Suzuki Swift GTi seats I installed. There are also some of a floor repair where it was rusted out, and bed liner was applied. The non lifted zuk is my friends, the lifted one is mine.




Applying the bedliner
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Suzuki Swift GTi seats
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Fixing the rotten floor
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Making the mounting brackets for the seats
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Bedliner over the floor repair.
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More seat brackets
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Seats installed and ready to go - looks nice.
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I want this steering wheel!
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Interior pic, looks sweet.
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Rear pic
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Rear aluminum bumper.. too square looking
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The front bumper looks good though.
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Again
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My broken zuk.
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I wonder why the headlight doesn't work?
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Looks good at a distance
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33x13.5-15 Swamper LTBs
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Can't wait to get rid of this setup, and back to a single case
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Triangle PTO shaft driveshaft.
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Tracton bar
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I stepped on a ****ing nail trying to take this pic (tall grss+old boards with nails in them)[img]images/graemlins/crazy.gif[/img]
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Every tooth on pinion gear broken. This is why you should use lock tite and torque your diff bolts.
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84 LWB.. good body, but more importantly, a tcase to make a 4:1.
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cool pics [img]images/graemlins/smirk.gif[/img]
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how many samurai's do you have?
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It looks like a Samurai breeding ground out there. Nice pics. Are you going to build the LWB zuk?
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Hey anton how are those LTB's working for ya? I want to get the 31x11.50's for my zuk cause it looks like you get a great tire for the price. Anything you don't like about them? Thanks!

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Hey anton how are those LTB's working for ya? I want to get the 31x11.50's for my zuk cause it looks like you get a great tire for the price. Anything you don't like about them? Thanks!

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The LTBs work great. The rubber is pretty soft, but not as soft as other Swampers like SSRs. The shoulder lugs on these are huge. I havent' really had them on the road except for towing, but in all off road conditions they perform well. I crawled through a deep mud bog with deep ruts at the bottom, no problem. On rocks they'll never slip. Like most swampers, the sidewalls on these are very thick. At 10 PSI it looks fully inflated. I could probably go to 0 and still look fully inflated. The LTBs are a great affordable swamper. I bought mine in the summer for $195 canadian each; not much more than a generic mud tire.

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It looks like a Samurai breeding ground out there. Nice pics. Are you going to build the LWB zuk?

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The 84 LWB isn't mine, but that POS blue one is still mine. I'm trading it for parts, it's rotten.

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I have 1 complete Samurai, 1 LWB for parts/storage and a disassembled 83 SJ410 which I will be parting out/selling. I never counted the rest, but theres lots (my guess is 10).
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Nice to see someone else with a dust-covered interior!
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I have the same steering wheel except that mine has more screws around the center. Do you know what samurai's that type of wheel came in?
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