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Old 09-08-2013, 11:00 AM   #1
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Canned Zuks rebuild III

I bought this rig in 05', Bone stock Arizona rig.

Version I used a CalMonkey 2" shackle reversal. 30" ATs, Trail Tough t/c gears ZOR rear bumper.

Version II is the current rig described in the Magazine article in my Sig.

Goals for version III, Safe reliable fun rig, comfortable on all day cruise and capable of a 3 trail on our AZ scale of 1-5.

Major Milestone will be, 2 weeks running the high Altitude stuff of Colorado next year.
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So I have all the parts required to do the following;

Toyota axles.

PSC hydro kit for Sami with hydro asisst actuator.

Freshly rebuilt bone stock 1.3.

Transmission bearings and synchros.

1.6 TBI.

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Moved to the garage, Teardown time.
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I built the Toyota axles a few months ago.
stripped 84'

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Myself and others have had excellent results in getting the pinion up out of the rocks and reducing driveline angle by rotating the knuckle balls.

Zuks Off Road did this for me on my Buggy Chopper and I wanted the same for the Zuk.
Off to ZOR.

Myron's description of ZOR's fab work...
Rotated balls and custom made perches. This way gave us a very close to center spring distance. After much discussion amongst Jackson and Dogonmutt the decision was made to really tilt the pinion up even though it is not linked.
Perches are 1/4" and reinforced. 1/2" square U-bolts. Crab.


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Old 09-08-2013, 04:04 PM   #8
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Got the housing back from Myron, I built the axle with Nitro 4:88's, Lockright, Sky's high steer, Stock shafts.

tie rod and drag link will be 3/4" heims.

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So I rebuilt the rear axle with Nitro gears and a full spool from Nitro. all thats left on the axles is locating rear spring pads.
Gears and build kits, spool, locker bought from, JT Just Differentials. Toyota oem bits and pieces bought from Cruiser Outfitters, Awesome service and detailed selection.http://www.cruiseroutfitters.com/

installed button head cap screws with loctite
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So with the axles set aside its motor time.

Current Motor is one of Dave's at AAPA best Sumo II's, I inherited it from Scotts (Dogonmut) Red Zuk when it was decommisioned. This motor was used to develop some of ZOR's early induction systems When I got the motor from Scott he moved the EFI to another project and I installed My-Side1 s/n 008.

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The My-Side1 performed excellent for along time, I really wanted EFI.
Got a great deal from one of the locals on a running when wrecked 89' 1.6 complete with harness and puter.

I decided to remove the factory fuse block and anything else from the harness that wasn't required to run the motor.

Once again I got some help from a friend that had done this before, not as painful as it could have been.


Mounted an E2000 airtex and fram filter on the frame rail.


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Pressure gauge and relay box installed
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finished product. Runs awesome, should have done this a long time ago, Ready for fresh motor.

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I had a lot of options when it came to the motor rebuild.
Once again I got a great deal on a builder motor from Troy one of the local boys!

This motor is built bone stock, bored, honed, decked, fresh pistons, 3 angle valve job.

I picked a local machine shop that builds circle track motors as a specialty, they will do anything except air cooled.

CBA Specialists in Chandler Arizona.http://www.cbaspecialists.com/

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Petroworks HP clutch direct from Petroworks, new input shaft and transmission pieces from this place. Excellent price, Jap bearings and the Synchros are clean.
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Heck, looked mid level trail capable already. EFI will be a nice addition though.


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Yep the boys at ZOR do some sweet fab work among other things. And yes those are Myrons nuts in the spray bottle.
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Nice to see another local build on here..need to see this in person!
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Are you on Zuks of Arizona? Careful our family tree is basically a stump with no forks.
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wish we could leave metal bare around here.. it will get surface rust over night.. i'm jealous of a clean axle.. looks good.
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