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Old 11-03-2013, 07:53 PM   #1 (permalink)
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1987 Samurai Full Build 33's Cage Look!!

Up for sale is a 1987 Suzuki Samurai. Clean Title, new registration, with $900 in new parts to pass smog ( I have the Smog Certificate). This is a clean Tin Top with YJ Springs using the Sky Kit from Low Range Offroad. The front end was recently redone and includes a Lock Rite locker (not installed). The front axles are already the bigger 26 splines necessary to install a front locker and it does have the correct side gears as well. The rear axle is the Hybrid Axle from Petroworks, with a Sidekick Third member and a Lock Rite which was installed about 8 months ago. Both the front and rear axles currently installed have 1.5" Spidertrax wheel spacers installed, giving the Samurai a wider more stable stance. In addition to the axles that are currently installed and working well. I am also including a Complete set of Toyota Solid Axles with the sale. They are ready for install just need to be geared to match with whatever lockers you would prefer. The Toyota Axles include a rear V6 third and are equal length WMS to WMS front and rear (no need for wheel spacers). The Toyota axles are a $1,000 value uninstalled. Moving on to the suspension. This Samurai is ready for the trail. It has the Sky YJ Missing Link Front Shackle Regular Shackle Rear full SPOA kit, with YJ Springs off a YJ that had 80k miles on it. The front hoops are Sky hoops and were welded on by a professional. The spring over perches are 2.5 inch to accommodate the wider YJ Leaf Spring with new U-Bolts. I have measure 32" of articulation out of this kit. The bump stop set up is custom with just 2" of up travel to allow for the 33" BFG KM2's that sit this Samurai on top of the world. The bump stops can be cut down to allow for an inverted spring flex if you would prefer that. It has rock rails, but the ample clearance has left me void of ever needing them. They are the Calmini Rock Rails and have been welded on level with detail to ensure proper fit and finish. The entire floorboard of the Samurai has been lined with U-Pol Raptor a product very similar to Line X or Rhino Liner. The front seats are aftermarket Side By Side seats and are very comfortable. There will be a new dash included in the sale (not installed) that will complete the interior look. The headliner is commercial grade carpet tiles which cuts down on road noise and general acoustics of the Tin Top. The last and best feature of the interior has to be the Full Custom Roll Cage. It is a tight fit and allows for maximum interior space. The base plates of the cage are all welded to the sheet metal floor board. The design incorporates an overhead dual rail at the center and a rear bar at the "B Pillar" to attach 5 point harnesses at a later date if desired. The rear "C Pillars" are tight fit and allow for plenty of cargo space for coolers and camping gear. Last but not least the engine bay has a few nice touches as well. First off this is a completely stock motor that was recently smoked at a California State STAR facility. It did not pass initially but has since been brought up to spec with nearly $900 in OEM equipment. I have the Smog Certificate in Hand and the registration is current and has been renewed. Under the hood you will also find an Optima Yellow Top Battery and a Viaair 440P compressor which has been installed under the hood for your on or off road air compressor needs. Almost forgot the GRS II T-Case 4.89:1 with H-Patter Shifter and 5.13 Differential Gears. This Samurai is set up for flat towing and comes with the Yoke, Pins, Safety Chain and Trailer Lights. As a recap here are a list of features and benefits:

1987 Tin Top
Front Steel Bumper with D-Rings
Cross Over High Steer with Sidekick Power Steering and PS fluid cooler
Front 26 Spline Cromoly Shafts
Front Lockrite locker (not installed)
Sky YJ Lift Kit with Missing Link Front Shackles Regular Rear Shackles in SPOA configuration
ES1000 Shocks
Sky Front Shock Hoops (professionally aligned and welded)
Rear Hybrid Petroworks Axle with Sidekick Lock Rite locker third member
5.13 gears front and rear
GRS II 4.89:1 H-Patter Shifting T-Case with Mighty Kong Mount
Spidertrax 1.5" spacers all around
Custom Trail Gear Bump Stop Set Up
33" BFG KM2's with approximately 4k miles on them - Tons of Tread Left
U-Pol Rapter Fully lined floorboard interior
Full Custom Cage welded to floorboard using plates
CB radio installed and functional
New Dash, uninstalled with flush gauges
Side by Side aftermarket seats
Quick Disconnect Full Doors
Fully Smogged
Optima Yellow Top
Viaair 440p Under the Hood

Link to full photo gallery which include shots of this Samurai in action:
randoms - Called to Creation

I have over $12k in to this Samurai. Life changes, force sale. Asking $7200 or best offer, with everything and all spare parts including the uninstalled complete Toyota Axles. Call Scott 714.296.7244












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340 plus views and no responses or pm's - is the price too high?? I'm accepting reasonable offers
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bump for updates. Now including flat tow setup parts and dropped the price to $7200
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Where is the Suzuki located?
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