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72 Suzuki Brute, RH drive. Spotted at the races this weekend.

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Originally posted by I Lean:
<STRONG>I must be looking at it actual-size!</STRONG>
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Then here, try this out...

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Don't know about cute? rare yes!
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I have run across a couple of those, I know where there is one for sale. They are cute. The motor is a 3 cylinder, and the tranny input is about as big around as your ring finger....bulletproof.
 

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I old man in town had/has one, it's RHD hard top, still had the plastic on the doorpanles from shipping, 2cyl, 2stroke! He never regestered it, used it to pull a sprayer around his Orange orchird! I tried to buy it back in 1984 he wanted $2700 too much for me <IMG SRC="smilies/wink.gif" border="0">
 

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Sorry about the size. I was in a hurry to get out the door.

This rig had a Toyota 3TC and toy trans. The trans and TC shared a U-joint, no intermediate shaft. Sprung over, obviously.

Pretty cute.

There is an 88 at the wrecker out in Fernley, also. Bad motor, body a bit rough. Convertible.

Brian
 

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at last a Suzuki on this board that's older than mine!!!!!!! ( 1980 LJ80 )... these things are super kooool! <IMG SRC="smilies/grinpimp.gif" border="0"> <IMG SRC="smilies/grinpimp.gif" border="0"> <IMG SRC="smilies/grinpimp.gif" border="0">
 

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Im puting the 3tc in my sami.

Got the zuke engine/tranny out, and getting ready to fab the mounts.

Do you know of a website, or have any pics of the engine in this zuk where I could sneak a peak at his motor mounts? Ive got an idea of how I want to do mine, but never hurts to see how someone else did theirs.

Jim
 
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