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Old 03-24-2002, 01:10 PM   #1 (permalink)
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new pics of my zuki.........

here it is, only hope it works..........well it worked in the test section...........
just a close roll over, when i was playing in the yard.........only 1 tire was touching in these pics, the rear is high centred on the diff.......and the pass front in off about 6"........


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Old 03-24-2002, 01:25 PM   #2 (permalink)
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I love that when you almost land on you lid when your in your own backyard...

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Old 03-24-2002, 01:26 PM   #3 (permalink)
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not much flex, be carfull doing stunts like that with a stiff hard top, to much weight up top+no flex= FLOP!
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well my backyard is 90 acores and my bunglo has 250 acores(thats where the zuki-fest is going to be)..........it was fun anyways, just testing out my spoa..........now as soon as i put yjs in the rear it'll be all good.......
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o yeah, the only reason theres not much flex in front is because i have cheep shocks with only 5.5" of travel in them.........
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Old 03-24-2002, 01:45 PM   #6 (permalink)
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Hey mud that zuks too nice to roll over....
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Hey mud that zuks too nice to roll over....
it dosn't realy matter to me cause i only paid 300$(can) for from .......lets just say he had a craving for something and needed alot of money......... ...........he got busted about 1 month ago for that shit though.......
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it dosn't realy matter to me cause i only paid 300$(can)............
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What's that $50 American?
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it works out to ba about 175-180$US............ not too bad................
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what's with the Ice Cream light on top?
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my main question is how do you like the generic winch. i have one of those sitting in the garage that i haven't used since.........95 or so. do you use it regularly and does it have enough balls to handle your zuk?!?
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what's with the Ice Cream light on top?

i don't know.........i just like pulling 360's on the road in snow storms and its funny having the light going.......and i used to have a homemade plow on it......i'll put a pic of the plow up when i get home, i'm in school now......

and for the winch, mine is a 6000lb. and in mud it pulls the zuki out but sonw and rocks i need the pully block on...... but its very loud........and slow
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ok, here's some pics of the plow...........all homemade, our tractor's rear end went so we needed something to plow all that shit away so we built one.........


now i got a little mad at a snow drift and didn't know it was ice.........


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Wow 300 and I thought mine at 750 was a steal
Good lookin zuk for that price
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snow plow?? My Zuk barely push's itself moreless some snow. hehehe
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I love that when you almost land on you lid when your in your own backyard...
Like this.......?


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Quote:
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I love that when you almost land on you lid when your in your own backyard...

GET IT!!!
I was thinkin the same thing
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Old 03-26-2002, 01:22 PM   #18 (permalink)
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its all good........... ............. it pushed pretty good, till it broke that is.........
i always try dumb things in the yard when i'm bord............ like hit a snow bank and see how much air you get then when ya land your stuck in the deep snow............
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