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Old 12-23-2012, 05:42 AM   #1 (permalink)
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For all of you interested, there is a pretty good series on You Tube, called Pimp that Zook, where an Australian shop has posted quite a number of videos regarding lifts, suspension, and other mods to make the Trackick better offroad, etc. Here is the first one:
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Thanks bex. Alot of entertaining stuff there. Same as the american programs, they spend alot of money on these little cars. Not really required but it helps them put the show together as the suppliers pay them handsomely. You would pay more for one of their small mods that I do buying and building an entire car and mine will out perform the far more spendy units. Can't drive on pavement...all a trade off eh
94 8v 1.6 2dr 5sp 2 in sr cust lift (canadian), 90 8v 1.6 2dr 5sp Japanese (with same lift) both spooled (in rear) and ready to rock--> check my youtube channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCdw...w?feature=mhee
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My Suzuki 2100
Lift 900
Wheels and tires 950
Nav and new speakers 700 (smokin deal)
Bedlined top 400
New exhaust and cat 300
Bumpers 300
Floor mats 60$
General maintenance, spare parts, cleaning supplies, new radiator, fluid swaps...1200+

Get the picture?

Monstaliner coming up soon for the tub and lower outside... new bumpers after that and then switching to a 32 or 33 AT when these tires are done.

Not to mention the altered ego lift, or yota axles on toytechs, and a new yota powerplant.

Eventually the goal is a zuke with square tube fenders and all yota running gear on 37s. Then I might be content, just have to buy that Lexus GS first for zuke downtime...and a 40x70x22 shop with two bedroom apartment in it... then I can REALLY modify it. Thank god I've got a good wife.

I'll be 10-15k in but have an all new 4x4 that returns 20+ MPG hwy on 37s. Lets see a big manufacturer pull that off.
1995 4DR Sidekick 16v w/4spd Auto J-Vin 205k
1996 4DR Tracker 16v w/4spd Auto Canada Vin 135k

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