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post #1 of (permalink) Old 06-01-2001, 06:23 PM
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Selling my built LWB

Well, it's seven weeks away 'til Zukimelt, so I figured maybe I should put the bug in everyone's ear now about my LWB. I'll be towing it down to the 'Melt to sell it. Don't really want to, but I recently purchsed a 3.8 V6 powered Zuk with 'Yota transfercase and axles. So my LWB has to go.

1985 LWB Samurai
Fuel-injected 1.6L
5.12 differential gears
Rear Detroit EZLocker
Calmini power steering (don't know why everyone says they're so weak - I haven't had any problems)
Two-piece removeable hardtop
Honda Prelude seats
Dunlop 33x12.50x15 mud tires on 15x8 alum. rims
Custom bumpers (not shown in attached pictures)
Wider axles from post-'86 Zuk ('85 still had narrow axles)
Emergency brake factory-mounted to rear of transfercase
Springs factory-mounted under frame (as opposed to outside frame - better flex)

Asking $6000 OBO.

Truck has some rust, but not bad overall. Floor is in very good condition. This truck still has original paint and stripes, and I'm leaving it that way to show that I have nothing to hide - no bondo or poor sheet metal repairs. Since the build-up I have used it on two small trail runs. Once in a while I drive it to the grocery store. I also will have a pair of narrow-track Dana 44s for sale. They're out of a '74 Cherokee, so the rear axle has an off-set diff just like the Zuk. Hope to see you all at the 'Melt.

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post #2 of (permalink) Old 06-01-2001, 06:23 PM
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Re: Selling my built LWB

More pics......

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post #3 of (permalink) Old 06-01-2001, 11:23 PM
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Re: Selling my built LWB

hey, what year of LUde seats are those out of? we got a bunch of Ludes over here... too many of em. was it hard to install those seats? thx

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post #4 of (permalink) Old 06-02-2001, 12:01 AM
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Re: Selling my built LWB

They're out of an '88 I believe, and they did not bolt right in. In fact the welder made an appearance that day and some fabrication was required. I love them though. I had the same seats (out of a CRX)in my '88 GMC Step-side 4x4 and they were so comfortable.

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