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Old 04-17-2015, 12:07 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Hi, I've got a scurry and a carry, both are 1985 models, but one is a 4 speed and the other is a five speed...do the boxes bolt straight over? (Changing from 4 spd to 5spd) or do they have different mounting points? I'm guessing the back of the motors are the same bolt pattern.
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Greetings! I have no idea and neither does GOOGLE what a scurry is.
Please post picture. What country are you in?
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I have found your original post about this scurry.
It is a Suzuki Every van. You are the only one who calls this thing a scurry, That's why no reply. It is a Every van, the one advertised as vandalized, correct, silver color?.
You are in Australia? Anybody's guess what they sent down there.
Since you have both of these things, why not try and see if it will work?
We are in Philippines, we do not swap things around here as we only have one of anything most times.
good Luck!
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It's like a suzuki carry.
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Greetings! As the Dudleydo post revels, this is made by Suzuki Japan for Europe.
We have domestic Suzuki 3 cylinder vehicles assembled from scrap.

They called them Chevrolet in central America.
What ever sells, but no aftermarket parts/replacements.

We know about how they work, and can answer questions about that, but as your vehicles are as built mostly, should not have the problems we have with 50 + re builders deciding what is correct.
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