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post #1 of (permalink) Old 09-24-2001, 05:24 AM
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Final pics of my zook build up

Here's a link to pics of the completed zook. Enjoy.
Tell me what ya'll think.

http://www.newflavour.com/page_dunamis_final.htm

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Re: Final pics of my zook build up

my spare is going to be mounted on top of the rear bed. I plan on boarding up the rear bed to be a storage area.

Those headlights are standard Halogen Squares. My zook cam stock with sqaure lights and the square grill. More commonly known as the "Drover", a model only released in the european/australasian markets.

I currently have 3" springs, 2" body lift, 32" BFG MT's, Very Very custom engine, winch bar etc etc......the full list of mods will be on my main web site in a few days.

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Re: Final pics of my zook build up

Looks great, wish mine was that clean looking. Just one thing, hurry up and get a roll cage in there!

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Re: Final pics of my zook build up

nice job...how much did it set you back? where ya at anyhow?

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Re: Final pics of my zook build up

SAMURAI,

It came with the Targa-to-windshield supports, don't they show up in the pics? Hrmmmm.....

I've never heard of a zook coming with a roll bar and padding.


As for the roll cage, well, I'm actually in the process of getting the bits together for a 6point cage.

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Re: Final pics of my zook build up

Real nice Skippy!! The only problem is when you put it back together, you put the steering wheel on the wrong side.<img src=http://www.contrabandent.com/pez1/cwm/cwm/twirl.gif> Jim

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Re: Final pics of my zook build up

SAMURAI..

unfortunately I've never seen a zook here in Aus with what you mentioned. I have seen pics (in my haynes) of zooks with them and assumed it was a US thing.

Personally I feel that it's two extra bits stopping the sunshine on your mellon and more bits you have to pull of to fold down the windshield.

Nothing better than heading up Fraser Island with the windshield down, the roof off and some kewl tunes playing as you negotiate the dunes.

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