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Brian Olowiany – 1995 Suzuki Sidekick
Brian Olowiany - 1995 Suzuki Sidekick

Brian Olowiany – 1995 Suzuki Sidekick

Filed in Suzuki Sidekick by on April 29, 2017 • views: 827

Owner: Brian Olowiany Vehicle: 1995 Suzuki Sidekick Suspension:  Calmini 3-Inch Modified Old Man Emu Long Travel Struts Doestch Tech long travel rear shocks with  Pro-Comp upper shock mounts Body Lift:  Masterkit1 3-Inch Body Lift Engine:  1.6L 16Valves of Fire Breathing Hamsters Steering:  Sky Manufacturing HD Idler Arm Calmini Steering Stabilizer/Truss Tie rod flip Old Man […]


Tim Hardy – Samurai Guru views: 188

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 […]

1995 Sidekick Crawler views: 27

Here’s an off-road rig that can take the whole family on an off-road adventure! This 1995 Suzuki Sidekick has been built with a Trail Tough Trail Slayer Kit and trussed Toyota Axles. According to Trail Tough: Turn your 4 Door Suzuki Sidekick or GeoTracker into a serious off-road machine! 40” of articulation and great handling […]

1987 Suzuki Samurai On Tracks views: 837

Ready for winter? You would be if you had this 1987 Suzuki Samurai on tracks! This Samurai has definitely proven itself in the Teton Mountains of Wyoming and the eastern Idaho area The Samurai features Camoplast Tatou 4s tracks on custom mounts, and a Rocky Tops fiberglass top for winter time fun. Power comes from a 1.6L […]

Suzuki e-Survivor – Samurai of The Future views: 29

Suzuki has gone back to the future with its latest off-road SUV. The automaker, who stopped selling cars in the United States in 2013, has unveiled the e-Survivor concept truck, which blends the old school simplicity of the Samurai with the two-seat targa-topped style of the oddball X-90. The e-Survivor is electric, of course, with […]