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post #1 of (permalink) Old 10-31-2002, 09:52 AM
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new suzuki owner

just got rid of my bronco 2 and bought a 87 samurai wondering if you guys could hook me up with a good place to get parts?
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Frist off, Glad to see you here. What kind of parts?? There are all types of stuff that you can get for the sam's here are two good sites to start with www.calmini.com and www.summitoffroad.com but their are tons of places to look for stuff. Also on a side note could you up date your profile like a frist name where you are exp. usa NY. Just a little info so people in your area can help you out more.
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Re: new suzuki owner

www.izook.com has tons of information too.
and a link to the majority of aftermarket venders.

my personal favorites are
www.rocky-road.com
www.trailtough.com
www.spidertrax.com
www.roadlessgear.com

what are you wanting to do to and with your samurai?

thanks
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Welcome aboard, Cbass. Smart move of changing trucks. You'll be way more happy. Enjoy the madness, it starts now. [img]images/graemlins/crazy.gif[/img] [img]images/graemlins/grin.gif[/img]
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Yeah, but now he has to buy...what do they call them...METRIC...tools. I always wanted me a set, never had a reason to get them.
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Congratulations CBass! I personally love dealing with Trail Tough. I never had a problem or run-a-round. I looked at some of the post and I didn't see Petroworks.com nor did I see Sky-Manufacturing.com Soooo many sites. Just use common sence when dealing with any of them. Big turn offs are answers like, "We're getting those in next week, or You're next on the list." Go to the next vendor if you feel something shady. If you ordered something and you're into the 2nd month since the order, cancel it and move on to the next vendor. You can e-mail me off list ([email protected]) and I could give a few personal stories, good and extremely bad dealing with the hosts of aftermarket Zuk people..................JP <font color="blue"> </font color>
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welcome aboard cbass. just to warn you you will become addicted. but hey its a good thing.
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And of course don't forget to check out The Seasoned Rookie at IZook.com!
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Hey Cbass,

Welcome! I think all these other guys pretty much covered it. There's a lot of great Suzuki aftermarket companies. If you share with us what kind of modifications you'd like to make to your rig, we can point you in the right direction for you to get the parts that are right for your needs. Good luck!

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