1987 Long Wheelbase Suzuki Samurai

Filed in Suzuki Samurai by on May 1, 2017 • views: 976

Many hardcore Samurai owners have stretched out their wheelbase to make them longer, and more capable on the trail. But did you know that the Samurai came as a long wheelbase? While the stock Samurai has a short 80-inch wheelbase, the long wheelbase (LWB) Samurai came with a 94-inch wheelbase, making it more appealing to experienced offroaders.

The problem is that they were sold in Canada, and not here in the United States.

Here is an excellent example of a 1987 Suzuki long wheelbase samurai that’s been modified for offroad.

Modifications:

1984 Toyota 2.4 liter 2LT Turbo diesel motor

1984 Toyota 5 speed tranny, t-case with Marlin 4.70 low range gears

1983 Toyota front axle, 5.29 gears, ARB locker and high pinion 3rd member, Longfields, vented disks with four piston calipers

1983 Toyota rear axle, 5.29 gears, ARB locker, V6 3rd member, Front Range full floater kit with 4140 axles, disk brakes with four piston calipers

FJ80 master cylinder and power booster with proportion valve

Toyota IFS power steering

Reneck Ram hydro steering

Sky manufacturing high steering

Marlin 4.70-1 transfer case (98 to 1) with dual sticks

Custom four link rear three link front coil suspension

38.5 x 14.5 x 15 SX swampers on Marsh racing 36 bead locked wheels

Full herculined tub and partial exterior

Autometer gauges in the 5 vent holes

Extrememaire compressor with 5 gallons of onboard air

Custom rear bumper, 2×5 gallon gas carrier, rear Ramsey 8000lb winch

Custom rocker skids

Trail Tough front bumper with Ramsey 9500 Patriot winch and IPF lights

6 point DaveSport full cage, and exo portions

Corbeau sport seats

Trail Tough fold down windshield

Cut door hinges for door removal

Custom soft top

15.5 gallon gas tank

TrailTough fender flares

Centerforce dual friction clutch

Amsoil bypass filter

Flex-a-lite electric fan

200 amp battery isolator

One optima red top

One optima yellow top

Cobra CB

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