This is about ditching the factory Suzuki Samurai carb and moving to something better, which is a Sidewinder CV. However, as with many car projects, one thing can lead to another…
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This is a blog about building an urban/zombie survival machine, starting with one of the most capable vehicles ever made, a Suzuki Samurai. Why a Suzuki Samurai? Click here to read all about this decision. If you are new here, check out the About page. If you have a tactical, or survival product that you think is worthy to make it onto the rig, partner with us and showcase your gear!
One thing that both rookies as well as experienced off-roaders do is get themselves stuck while trying to test their limits. Therefore, no off-road vehicle is complete with a good winch for recovery. Basically, if you plan to go off-road (on purpose or by complete accident) you need a good winch that will save your butt and keep a good day from ending badly…and costly.
I wanted just a bit more protection than what was provided by the “Short End” version of the Low Range Samurai bumper that I installed earlier in the year. That’s the beauty of the kit LROR offers…you can change it up any way you like, any time you like! I ordered up the “Stubby” end caps and with the included hardware, simply bolted them on.
I needed to freshen up some old weathered parts on my Samurai project, but I didn’t want to use regular spray paint. Spray truck bed coating to the rescue!
Awesome looks and protection! Overview and Installation of the Defiant Armor Samurai Rock Sliders from Low Range Off-Road.
I think the Ford SVT Raptor is an awesome truck, and I really like the LED lights in the grille. I wanted to do something similar to my Samurai, but only the right way. Here’s how I did it.