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Adam Brown’s 1988 Suzuki Samurai
Adam Brown's 1988 Suzuki Samurai

Adam Brown’s 1988 Suzuki Samurai

Filed in Suzuki Samurai by on April 29, 2017 • views: 701

Owner: Adam Brown Location: Jasper, TN Vehicle: 1988 Suzuki Samurai Suspension:  Spring Over Axle Conversion  3-Inch CALMINI Leaf Springs 3-Inch Shackles Front & Rear Transfer Case:  6:1 Transfer Case Gears Tires:  31-Inch Boggers (above photo) 34×10.50×15 Super Swamper LTB’s (below photo) Wheels: Extreme Steele Rock Krawler wheels Miscellaneous:  SpiderTrax Driveshaft Spacers Custom Fab Z-Bar For […]


4Wheel & Off-Road Magazines Suzuki Equator views: 37

In 2009, 4Wheel & Off-Road Magazine took a newly released Suzuki Equator, and decided to see if they could improve on its off-road capabilities. Since there wasn’t a suspension kit available for the Equator, they decided to created one. Luckily, the Equator has the same chassis as the 2005-and-newer Nissan Frontier and Xterra. The project’s suspension is […]

Off-Road Magazines Suzuki Equator views: 66

In 2009, Off-Road Magazine teamed up with Suzuki to see what they could create from a stock 2009 Suzuki Equator. They started with the optional RMZ-4 off-road package that includes a strong Dana 44 rear axle, Bilstein front and rear shocks, skid plates covering the oil pan, transfer case and fuel tank, 16-inch alloy wheels wrapped […]

1987 Suzuki Samurai Blue Trail Slayer views: 204

A customer named Terry McGinnis started this project in 2009. It was purchased from the previous owner for $400 after it had an engine fire. Terry decided to create the ultimate rock crawler. Receipts show that this 1987 “Sammy” has had about $25,000 worth of parts and labor not including the cost of the engine. […]

Tim Hardy – Samurai Guru views: 2802

In the world of Suzuki Samurais, there isn’t a bigger name than Tim Hardy. He didn’t receive that title by building the most over-the-top ‘Zuks, but rather by taking moderately, and often cleverly, built-ones and doing amazing feats. He is known for showing us the first ‘virtual lift’ by fitting 35-inch tires on a Samurai by […]