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Re: Welcome: Please read

Post by twiss » Mon Nov 02, 2015 9:00 am

95 and back were pretty much all F10a
In 96 they started fitting the G13BA
Then in 2000 they started fitting the G13BB
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Post by Jaypea2015 » Sat Nov 07, 2015 9:08 am

Hello I'm a new member I'm from Hastings area I just brought my second Suzuki sj410 but in need different seats anyone know what seats bolt straight on to Suzuki Sj runners.

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Post by GISAHT » Sat Nov 21, 2015 10:46 pm

Hi
Just joined. GISAHT.
Want to learn all I can about GVs 2000, auto conv. X reg.
Looks like a lively group of folk here.
Thanks G.

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Post by Emergencysean » Thu Dec 31, 2015 3:13 pm

Hi Scott,

Ive just joined the forum as I have a 2004 2.0 Grand Vitara 2.0 petrol I want to sell. I thought this would be a good place to start rather than Ebaying it and I don't know what it is worth.

Rather than me post 5 pointless posts to try and get my quota up, would you pretty please allow me to post in for sale, even if its just to find out what it is actually worth ?

fingers crossed.

Regards

Sean

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Post by Wotnodrive » Sun Jan 10, 2016 10:34 pm

Hi,

I'm Simon, new here and glad to find a nice, friendly forum.

A year ago I bought a Spanish 1987 very unloved and neglected Santana Samurai. To say what was right with it would be far quicker than what was wrong. It has become a restoration project and for what I paid for it, (very high prices in Ibiza) and what I've spent on it so far, I could have bought a really good Jimny.

Anyway, what's done is done and now I love the little tatty, but very rust free example of this remarkable vehicle. I so wish they were still available new as I'd buy a new one in a heartbeat.

I spend my time between London and my beautiful island of Ibiza, where it is so very useful for exploring the wonderful dusty and rocky trails found there. It's 4x4 heaven and the little Suzi is the perfect island vehicle. When my visitors arrive at the airport they beam with delight when they see it sitting in the carpark, roof off and looking like the funkiest thing there!

Most of the problems I've solved myself but I have a few still to remedy. At present it's road legal and used for fun and towing/launching a little boat I keep there. The biggest problem I have is a leaky transfer box, but I'll search the forum a bit more before posting questions.
Simon

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Post by Martin86 » Mon Jan 11, 2016 9:50 am

Welcome to the forum! :D Ive been to Portinatx in Ibiza a few years ago.

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Post by ektoz » Mon Jan 11, 2016 10:28 am

welcome to the forum Wotnodrive, yes samurai's are the best 4x4 to have on a island!
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http://www.suzukiclubuk.co.uk/forum1/vi ... hp?t=10402

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Post by Wotnodrive » Mon Jan 11, 2016 12:09 pm

Martin86 wrote:Welcome to the forum! :D Ive been to Portinatx in Ibiza a few years ago.

Thank you for the welcome Martin. Yes Portinatx I know well, there's a good public boat ramp there! I also do some hike guiding on the island and the Portinatx area has some wonderful coastal walks as you may be aware. :D
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Post by Wotnodrive » Mon Jan 11, 2016 12:14 pm

ektoz wrote:welcome to the forum Wotnodrive, yes samurai's are the best 4x4 to have on a island!

You're right there Ektoz, and I love your island! I've been there twice, you must have good fun up in the Troodos Mountains which are a bit higher than our highest mountain of just 474m!
Simon

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Post by twiss » Wed Jan 13, 2016 7:13 am

Well the highest point in malta is about 250m so you got us beat there :P
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