The info on the forum is accurate and the price is $895 plus shipping and the deposit is $250. Average US shipping should be near $25, but depends on your exact location. The first run of billet cases is done other than a very minor modification and according to the machine shop the second run will take about a month. if you are interested in purchasing one you are welcome to E-mail me directly or call me. Here is my info:Im interested. Some of this info is old.
What is the final price?
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Well... It's been a month and a half and the first batch isn't even done.The first run of billet cases is done other than a very minor modification and according to the machine shop the second run will take about a month.
First, I would like to let Jason "Tipover" here on the Pirate4X4 know that I can truly appreciate what he went through to produce the original Sambox and that I respect him for having the drive to see the production through to a completed and marketable transfer case housing. It truly is more complicated than I had previously expected and I want to thank him for such a great product he brought to the Suzuki Community. I also want to thank him for approving bringing these back on the market. As per his request these new billet Samurai transfer case housings will not be officially called the "SAMBOX" and after asking taking suggestions on several forums the following names are the finalists:....Please update what's going on.
Not only is that probably creating the wrong image for a product aimed at commercial sale, it's also technically inaccurate as to what a geisha is.I already told him to call it the "Geisha" ... A pretty little Asian box that can take all the deep gearing you can put in it!