1991 ZUK BUGGY + 2007 18' Kaufman Trailer!

1. Zuk Buggy = $8000

2. 2007 18' Kaufman (chrome wheels + spare, both braking axles, break-away kit, etc.) = $2000
http://www.kaufmantrailers.com/heavy-equipment-trailer-store/Single-Car-Haulers/18-Ft,-8,000-lb.-Diamond-Single-Car-Hauler-p65.html

PACKAGE: $9850.00

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*Base: 1991 Suzuki Samurai (CLEAR Title in Hand)
*Motor: 2001 Suzuki Vitara 2.0L conversion - awesome swap w/ approx. 50K on the motor.
*Tranny: Toyota G52 Rebuilt by Inchworm
*Tcases: Dual Toyota's 2.27:1 in the Front, 4.7:1 Marlin Rear (approx. 11:1 in LOW/LOW)
- Crawl Ratio of 222:1
*Tcase adapter: Inchworm Gear
*Twin Sticks: Inchworm Gear
*Petroworks Performance Clutch
Assembled by Inchworm Gear... very very smooth...
*Front Axle: 1985 Toyota, shaved and plated, ARB air locker, Poly Performance 4340 inners, stock birfs, Toyota Aisin IFS hubs, 5.29's
*Steering: OTT Industries Billet Hi-Steer arms and Pitman Arm, Moog ES150 TREs, FJ 60 Box w/ Hydro Assist
*Rear Axle: Diamona Housing, Toy shafts, 5.29's, Toy E-locker, 14" Drums
*Front Suspension: YJ Alcan Leafs w/ 2.5" Offset center pin to stretch the front 2.5". Shackle reversal and Bilstein 5125's.
*Rear Suspension: RockEquipment 14" Coilovers, QA1 springs (110/85)... an extra seal kit also, Linked and QA1 ends (7/8" shank, 3/4" bore). Vertical seperation is set at 9" and adjustable (7, 8, or 9).
*Wheels/Tires: 17x8 Cragar Soft 8's and 37x12.5x17 Maxxis Comp. Compound Trepadors ( newest compound)... I even have a brand new spare I will include if the price is right...
Misc:
*Warn HS9500i w/ 100' synthetic rope + Viking fairlead
*Arizen Racing seats w/ harnesses
*Rhino lined interior
*Clean dent free Zuk Hood goes w/ it
*Full Doors, Windshield, Targa bar goes w/ it
*New Bestop Bikini and Duster
*Rock rails
*ARB Mini compressor for Locker
*Orbital Exide Battery
*K&N Cone Filter
*Rock Lights
*PIAA Lighting
*Aluminum AFCO Radiator and matching Fan
*PS Cooler
*Teraflex Hand Throttle

*It's possible to get it inspected and is NC Taged... Has all lights, turn signals, etc.
Wheelbase set at 101" seems about perfect for 37's... Also the 37" treps are identical in height to my cousin's 39.5" Bias Iroks....

This thing is in absolute perfect wheelable condition. Hubs were just rebuilt, etc. It's ready to go... Even w/ the Trepadors it'll run 55mph down the road w/ ease. Idles smooth.. come drive it and see...

Price: $8000 OBO









 
trailer pictures taken today 08/24/08

2007 Kaufman 18' (16'flat, 2'dove) both braking axles! diamond deck, brake-away kit, slide in ramps, etc... Sorry it's dirty....







damaged fender... :shaking:


 
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