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  • geopat
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Cleaning out the shed. Samurai and tracker parts
Have been working on organizing my parts collection and need to clear out some spares.

All prices OBO

Located in Ontario Canada but can ship.

Combination switch Fits airbag equipped trucks not sure what it came out of $50



Samurai turning indicators housings $15 for the pair


Samurai indicator lenses $5 each


Samurai fender markers $5 each



1.6 8 valve ecu $50


1.6 16valve ecu $50


1.6 8valve ecu Auto $50


Sidekick soft top third brake light $10


Only the older style TB left no injector or TPS Make an offer.  


Sidekick intake manifolds $10 each


Sidekick combo switches $30 each


Valve covers $15 each

LWB samurai bumper caps $40


Samurai steering wheel $40



Samurai airbox assembly $20


Sidekick dash trim $10 


Complete photobucket album contains additional pics of some parts
http://s78.photobucket.com/user/geopat/library/stuff%20for%20sale?sort=3&page=2

Also have lots of GEO metro and Suzuki swift parts.
  • Last Edit: Friday, May 05, 2017, 08:19 AM by geopat

  • red dog
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Re: Cleaning out the shed. Samurai and tracker parts
Reply #1
Got any samurai tag light fixtures?

  • geopat
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Got any samurai tag light fixtures?
Don't think I do. Iv had an led trailer light there so long I don't even remember what they look like.  

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Re: Cleaning out the shed. Samurai and tracker parts
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@bkstdrvr is in search of a 16v ecu.   [thumbsup]
All I want from tomorrow is to get it better than today.

Claiming you are offended is essentially saying you are incapable of controlling and managing your emotions, so everyone else should do it for you.

  • bkstdrvr
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thanks beekiller    yesss i need the ecm for a 16v how much shipped to 28630
Krew Krawlers Mountain Division


  • Zuki4x4
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Re: Cleaning out the shed. Samurai and tracker parts
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Is that a non feedback sami carb? (Aisin?)

Does it have manual choke?

How much to ship to 95842 California  [thumbsup]

I see some LWB stuff in there, you have LWB?

[red_s]
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  • Zuki4x4
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Any update on the non-feedback carb? @geopat‍ 

I would love to have one for my collection!  [lol] [thumbsup] [red_s] :welder:

  • geopat
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Any update on the non-feedback carb? @geopat

I would love to have one for my collection!  [lol] [thumbsup] [red_s] :welder:
Sent you some more pictures 
Also added a couple more parts. 

  • carolinarigman
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Re: Cleaning out the shed. Samurai and tracker parts
Reply #9
Still got the unknown Holley Carb? ;D
I'll go $20 on it.
Ship to 27522?
Thanks!    Doug   [thumbsup]
Picture is of my Uwharrie campsite before I got my Zuk!

  • geopat
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Still got the unknown Holley Carb? ;D
I'll go $20 on it.
Ship to 27522?
Thanks!    Doug  [thumbsup]
I will bring it home tonight an see what shipping will be. 

  • Zuki4x4
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Let me know what shipping would be to 95842 on the non-feedback!

Woo-hoo!

Thanks @geopat‍ 

  • Zuki4x4
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No rush @geopat‍ , i responded to your pm sir!

Talk soon

  • Zuki4x4
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Reply #13
Thanks for the carby!

Another one for the stash!  8)

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Reply #14
@Zuki4x4 you are an insane carb hoar!!! [lol] [lol]  Just for grins and giggles, inquiring minds want to know what do you do with all those carbs? ;D
There are only 2 types of Samurai's: Those we need & those we want!
9/13: Goldilocks 88.5 Samurai ST 29's on 15x7's
11/13: 95 Kick 2WD 5SP 4DR Parts car
2/15: Red Ryder 88.5 Samurai TT 4.16 TC w/ TT shifter, MKII, SPOA on stock springs, 29's on 15x8's, Calmini OTT, OME Stabilizer, ZOR seats

  • Zuki4x4
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Reply #15
:o :o :o :o

I have 7 hitachis (including the one in the car!)

3-4 of them are total scrap carbs that I may "send out to the pasture" fairly soon... [lol]

It has been fun selling a few nick nack items back to a few members here, but in all reality, I have 2 really nice rebuilds (one in the car and one on the bench) and it has TAKEN 3-4  to make 2 really good ones!

Keeping one as a spare.

This carb (the non feedback) I want to toy with and see how it actually runs in the car, but this will require time and research, but I feel confident I can get 'er going!

Also, I just picked up a 32x36 Weber from a forum member here and I am very excited to tear it down! (thanks again @Mr. Black‍ )

Oh, I also have a Sprint carb in the pack that is in great condition and I am just hanging on to it for God knows why!

I have a search setup at Pick-N-Pull for sprints (has the 1.0L in them with a feedback Hitachi) so I can go scavenge MCSVs and try to hawk them on ebay

eBay is a rough deal these days, I usually try to avoid selling there due to the overhead associated with selling on the site...

I really don't know what I have planned for 'em, I just know ONE day I will need one!

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:o :o :o :o

I have 7 hitachis (including the one in the car!)

3-4 of them are total scrap carbs that I may "send out to the pasture" fairly soon... [lol]

It has been fun selling a few nick nack items back to a few members here, but in all reality, I have 2 really nice rebuilds (one in the car and one on the bench) and it has TAKEN 3-4  to make 2 really good ones!

Keeping one as a spare.

This carb (the non feedback) I want to toy with and see how it actually runs in the car, but this will require time and research, but I feel confident I can get 'er going!

Also, I just picked up a 32x36 Weber from a forum member here and I am very excited to tear it down! (thanks again @Mr. Black‍ )

Oh, I also have a Sprint carb in the pack that is in great condition and I am just hanging on to it for God knows why!

I have a search setup at Pick-N-Pull for sprints (has the 1.0L in them with a feedback Hitachi) so I can go scavenge MCSVs and try to hawk them on ebay

eBay is a rough deal these days, I usually try to avoid selling there due to the overhead associated with selling on the site...

I really don't know what I have planned for 'em, I just know ONE day I will need one!
You can't run the non feed back one in Kalifornika can you? Or will you just change back to the smog version every two years to pass the smog Nazi inspections?
There are only 2 types of Samurai's: Those we need & those we want!
9/13: Goldilocks 88.5 Samurai ST 29's on 15x7's
11/13: 95 Kick 2WD 5SP 4DR Parts car
2/15: Red Ryder 88.5 Samurai TT 4.16 TC w/ TT shifter, MKII, SPOA on stock springs, 29's on 15x8's, Calmini OTT, OME Stabilizer, ZOR seats

  • Zuki4x4
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Yes, just for fun... 8)

I plan on keeping the hitachi on there for the most part, maybe just a few trial runs with the non-feedback and weber  8)

I have had my zuk nearly 10 years now, time to have a little fun  [thumbsup]

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@Zuki4x4‍ I agree!! [lol] There's no time like now to have fun!!! ;D
There are only 2 types of Samurai's: Those we need & those we want!
9/13: Goldilocks 88.5 Samurai ST 29's on 15x7's
11/13: 95 Kick 2WD 5SP 4DR Parts car
2/15: Red Ryder 88.5 Samurai TT 4.16 TC w/ TT shifter, MKII, SPOA on stock springs, 29's on 15x8's, Calmini OTT, OME Stabilizer, ZOR seats

  • BCmountaingoat
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mmmmmm parts ;D
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my wipers broke constant on, so i put a switch inline to just turn them OFF [approve]
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alteredego 4.5 sus lift / racks / bars / bumper
diy snorkel, led's,  6000# winch