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post #1 of (permalink) Old 08-09-2001, 04:29 PM
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... the length of the wheel base on a LWB Samurai? Does it sit any wider? Gearing different?

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Neal I want to say it is 94" wheelbase. A friend of mine has a LWB and he said it was the same wheel base as a CJ7. Other than length they are the same. They do have full time locking hubs but will handle regular lockout hubs.

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Wow, thats only 3 inches shorter than a TJ and still a ton lighter! Thanks for the info

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It's actually 93.5" to be exact.........

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since I've had FIVE of them I can tell you they came with solid front hubs ,manuals , and I even got one with factory Suzuki Auto hubs

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