New member in Sweden

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wennbom
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New member in Sweden

Post by wennbom » Wed Mar 31, 2021 12:37 pm

Just got my first Samurai, a LWB SJ 419TD.
I understand this version is a bit of an odd one but I need to learn in order to get it into good shape
First is to sort out the brakes and find a set of standard open diffs.

/Michael
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maxaret
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Re: New member in Sweden

Post by maxaret » Wed Mar 31, 2021 4:26 pm

Hi Michael :welcome:
Looks like a fun Samurai :)

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Jordi
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Re: New member in Sweden

Post by Jordi » Wed Mar 31, 2021 7:50 pm

Welcome to SCUK.

Nothing too technical about them. Modded by the previous owner i guess?

Looks like shackle reversal and lift springs already fitted.

Do you know much else about its spec and mods?

There are lads on here who would probably ship diffs to you if you were desperate and can’t find any locally.

Where abouts in Sweden? Very very very briefly been there with work (a whole 70km from Gothenburg dock). Did manage a trip to the volvo museum though.

One year i will get there for some gigs or a festival.
1988 Samurai - Truck Cab & Tray Back - 1.6 8v & HIF44 - Snorkel - Stack Exhaust - PAS, YJs & 33s - Trussed, Gusseted & Pumpkin Capped Axles - 4.3 R&Ps - 4.16 T/Box - Rear Air Locker - Full Float Back Axle & Discs - RCV Front Shafts - X-Eng Handbrake - Custom Fuel Tank

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Re: New member in Sweden

Post by RichyP » Thu Apr 01, 2021 9:04 am

Welcome to the forum good looking machine you have 👍 never been to Sweden but I bet there's endless trails and offroading

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