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Looks right sporty! Did the wheel just bolt right up or did you have to use an adaptor of some sort? My steering wheel is kinda rough and that swap looks like it might be the ticket.
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I that one of the 2 door trackers? I love those things...I think they are way under rated as far as looks...and with all the stuff coming out for them now it will make kick/track's awesome. But I do like those 1 door trackers.
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I have a kick wheel on my sammi, but I noticed that the turn signal posts, you know for the automatic cut off on the turn signals, were much longer than the samurai's and rubbed around inside the column. SO I used a pair of Kliens and trimme them down. I would suggest doing the same thing as they are too long and will break your guts that turn the turn signals off after a turn. Unless its a trail only rig.

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good point, i have not had this problem though. but real easy fix before putting on the wheel...take sidekick wheel & flip over looking at bottom. see the two little metal sticks? cut/grind them down a'bit (close to halfway mark) these control the auto cut-offs for your blinkers. so when you turn on a blinker and go around the corner it auto clicks off. good point i left out! (remember) to check the tightness of that wheel nut every now & then. you could use lock-tight sealant or spot weld the nut on. & grind off later for removal. (safety)
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Re: MY SAMURAI IS TURNING INTO A SIDEKICK!

zukpirate, i agree, sidekicks/trackers are great for parts. gotta love love those "throw away" parts bins on wheels!

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