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1.6 16v jlx 1996


 
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rob1vit
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PostPosted: Fri Sep 30, 2011 21:51    Post subject: 1.6 16v jlx 1996 Reply with quote

hi everyone, iv owned my vitara for a year now and its probably the best money iv spent on a car that returns so much fun!!! i use the vitara for 6 months a year around winter and my mk2 golf the other 6 months around summer.
the vitara has cost me far less money and is just as much fun if not more, also i dont care if the vitara gets a bit battered which makes it more fun lol. so far i have fit a 2" suspension lift kit, mud tyres, front diff guard, spot lights, home made snorkle, wild yellow/green paint job and just general service parts like brakes and filters.

the places these little things can go is quite suprising to say the least! i have to say i am probably a little rough with it but after all the abuse its only broken 1ns which was last week when i was going up a stream and broke a driveshaft end while i was trying to rive up a bank.

i have had the vit up at drumclog pay and play site up in scotland and that is well worth a visit!!! over 1000 acres of playground with all sorts of terrain, im going to have to try and make the electrics a little more water tight coz when i went through deep water when i was there i developed a missfire which cleared eventually. also i got a bit of wire wrapped round the prop which ripped the rear diff oil seal out so i had to drive back with low oil in diff :/ probably aint dun it any gud but its got new seal and oil in now and it still drives so im not worrying lol.

im looking forward to the snow this year, hopefully it will be lots and lots, funny to see everyone else stuck and the larl suzuki tackling it with ease.
im looking for a rear diff locker for mine if anyone has 1 for sale then let me know on 07762744860
Rob
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PostPosted: Sat Oct 01, 2011 7:41    Post subject: Reply with quote

welcome aboard

glad to hear youre proud of the wee beastie

take a look around, im sure youll find any info you need and always feel free to post any questions or answers lol

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