Suzuki Samurai powered Baja. Kennedy Engineering makes adapters for EVERYTHING! It’s real close to running.Looks much better!
Sube powered Baja?
How middle is "Middle OR"? I spent all of my grade school summers in Powell Butte.
The welds are definitely poor, and after adding the full length tongue I reinforced and re did several welds in the frame. If I were to do over, I would start with a Harbor Freight frame and modify that. At the time of my initial purchase, I just wanted something I could get my tent on fast and go camp.I was going to ask how the welds looked on that trailer on initial purchase day, but you're waaay past that point. Does the next trailer up (in weight capacity) have better (heavier) build? I wonder if that would be a better start point for anyone not wanting to do quite so much fab work?
I like this thread though.
I think I figured the Samurai engine weighs 1/2 or maybe 60% of the stock VW. I have one 3.88 and one 4.12 T1 transaxles.Samurai power is an interesting choice. Not a huge amount of power, but sure is nice and light! Much less likely to tear up the transaxle too. T2 or T1 t/a? You can probably tell from my avatar that I've spent more than a little time around ACVW's.