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PostPosted: Fri May 22, 2009 7:58 pm 
WOW. That is a slick rig.

However, ThunderbirdJunkie does not believe it has enough tubing on it.

What axles are under it? Yota?


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Thanks TBJ.

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Screw Wranglers, I'd rather have one of these.



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Wow! - I thought it looked good in the little pictures - but that's really, really impressive

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Thanks guys. She is unique. There are to my understanding 5 LWB samurai's in the US. She is the most hard core of them all.

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That is is the most BA Samurai I have seen! Congrats!

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man that zuki looks AWESOME! Joe. Im glad to see that Photbucket worked for you.

How long is that bed?


Im 5'9" and I can sleep back there. Close to 6'.

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that is sweet. i love the sammys... been trying to find one for a long time. i have a tracker that im debaiting turning into a projoect... but taht this is sickkkkk


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where did you get the fender flare?


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The flares are from a Suzuki specialty shop in Medford Oregon. Trail tough Suzuki Suff.

http://www.trailtough.com/index.php?opt ... &Itemid=18

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