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post #1 of (permalink) Old 02-13-2001, 08:03 PM Thread Starter
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I found pictures of a two neat Zuki's on the web. The red LJ80 was in one of the 4x4 rags this month. I think it's got a Ford 9" rear with a D44 up front, air bag suspension. The white LWB appears to have Toyota pickup axles and drivetrain with coil suspension. Pretty cool rigs... thought ya'll might enjoy seeing them.


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More pics of the Zuki's






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Those are cool pics, the white one is a LWB? doesnt really show to me. Where are they from?

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Yeah, it's a LWB.... well, it started out a LWB! The specs on the website said it had a 98" wheelbase. I'll try to find the site again and post the URL here.

<font color=red>UPDATE:</font color=red> here's the URL to the website....
http://www.4offrd.com/pa/rti/rti.asp
scroll down to see the pics


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thats sweet man.
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I'm not sure it's a LWB I think they just did some frame extention the body isn't LWB. the frame might be. but the body for sure isn't.

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Both zuks are from Vancouver BC, the white one is now bright green and was in one of the mags that featured the 24 hrs on the Hammers charity run. It's mostly toyota underneath and is a short wheelbase that has been lengthened.
It's buildup can be seen at their company site here: http://www.4offrd.com/

The red one is an LJ80, it is the same one in this month's 4wheel and offroad. It's buildup can be seen at: http://www.bc4x4.com/tech/fv/2000/ben/ben.asp or at their company site: http://www.ottindustries.com/ where there is also a nice LWB.

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Excellent find Chris, thanks.

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I really like the red LJ80.......nice pictures.

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Yeah,
Look close at the shot of the white one on it's side - you can see the Toyota tranny & t-case under there w/ the custom crossmember. I suppose he used a Toy engine also - I wonder if that's how he wound up with the "intersting" front end?.....



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