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Old August 24th, 2013, 07:38 AM   #5
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Simple and inexpensive lift that works well would be using a set of factory rear springs up front (remove the load spring) you can either order the plates or make them (very simple)run a good set of shocks and a stage one steering , you will also want to install a better set of shackles (not much longer than stock) add a set of 31" tires and your good to go.

lots of inexpensive upgrades to be had .

Tracker front thirds will get you lower gears with a little work.

Tracker power steering is a easy and inexpensive upgrade and works very well on a Samurai with a mild build ( I always add a cooler to the system as they heat the fluid and will fade)

You can always contact me for information and I would be happy to help and sell you parts or a complete Samurai , I as a normal have a few sitting around and a shop full of aftermarket parts as well as stock parts .

Many vendors out there that will also be happy to assist you as well.

Have a great day !
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