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SJ41x transfer case mounting kit supplier ?

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09 Mar 2020 10:29 #219621 by Rabid Rhino
I found a link for 2 suppliers: DG tuning & RS manuf but I don't get a reply
www.bigjimny.com/mediawiki/index.php/Tra..._SJ_41x_installation
I also found out that ZukParts in NZ do them but out of stock

Does anybody else supply the whole kit ?

Looking for a nice clean and straight LHD Jimny..... Not any more.
Got one that seems to have been magnatized and driven through the "Big Jimny Bits" parts stores too quickly so it missed a few items.

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09 Mar 2020 10:55 - 09 Mar 2020 10:57 #219622 by jackonlyjack
If you use instagram send this guy a message
zuki-up.ru
He's in Russia he will reply to English text
Also think he's a member on here but can't remember his name
Last edit: 09 Mar 2020 10:57 by jackonlyjack. Reason: link won't work

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09 Mar 2020 13:22 #219627 by Rabid Rhino
Union Jack: Cheers. Waiting to hear from Russia

HM4X4 do 2 nice kits for 400EUROs & 300EUROs
www.hm4x4.com/en/suzuki-jimny-tcase-samurai

However their Euro400 kit states.... "To complete the change will have to buy a gearbox is a Samurai and a central shaft or Sj Sj Samurai or easily found and used if necessary kit for Samurai super reduced or Sj."
Is this right ?
The Euro300 kit doesn't mention it and doesn't have the flange stud pattern adapters

Also changed my settings to www.ebay.co.uk instead of .com & found a kit by XSHOCKDAKAR but the tcase mount doesn't cradle it like the HM4X4 one which looks more like a Mighty Kong

What are you guys using ?

Looking for a nice clean and straight LHD Jimny..... Not any more.
Got one that seems to have been magnatized and driven through the "Big Jimny Bits" parts stores too quickly so it missed a few items.

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09 Mar 2020 13:38 #219628 by jackonlyjack
I have the rock watt cradle on mine you could try him but he's become a little unreliable
yes you will need new propshafts
jimnybits do front and rear not cheap (but are nice and beefy)
you'll need an sj410 intermediary prop (gearbox to transfer)also 12mm spacer needed

It is possible to use standard jimny front prop (you may have to change or drill flange on transfer box)
sj 413 front prop on rear

Maybe the Russian can supply the needed propshafts........If he has intermediary props let me know i need a new one

Jack

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09 Mar 2020 13:51 #219632 by mlines
I am using a prototype from Offroad Armory from around 2009.

Each kit will differ slightly in the props it will use. This will be due to the choice of the manufacturer around its precise positioning (although the transfer stick position somewhat limits this). Therefore you will see them require various combinations of propshafts, Usually SJ based (which introduces the issue of the flange bolt sizes.) Be aware that there are different lengths of SJ mini-prop as well to add to the confusion.

Given that specialists such as Bailey Morris are not particularly expensive for adjusting props (I have just had one shortened for £60 and one lengthened for £80 - both then balanced) you could probably get your Jimny ones adjusted rather than mess around trying to find the correct SJ ones. You would still have to look into the bolt patterns on the flanges to either get the correct ones or drill the flanges appropriately/

Martin

2003 M13 early KAP build.
3" Trailmaster lift with 1.5 Spacers on front
Customised winch bumper and roll cage
235/85R16 Maxxis Bighorns on 16" Rims, 4:1 Rocklobster, Rear ARB locker and on-board air
Corrected arms all-round, rear disks, Recaro seats and harnesses

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09 Mar 2020 14:00 #219633 by jackonlyjack
Martin did you have mini-prop shortened from standard jimny one
If yes how much play/slide or slip did you leave...........best guess in mm please

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09 Mar 2020 15:03 #219636 by mlines
I had an SJ prop lengthened. We guessed at probably 10mm, basically enough for the prop to be fitted over the central flange nut on the transfer box flange end

Martin

2003 M13 early KAP build.
3" Trailmaster lift with 1.5 Spacers on front
Customised winch bumper and roll cage
235/85R16 Maxxis Bighorns on 16" Rims, 4:1 Rocklobster, Rear ARB locker and on-board air
Corrected arms all-round, rear disks, Recaro seats and harnesses
The following user(s) said Thank You: jackonlyjack

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09 Mar 2020 15:28 #219638 by X8GGY
I made my own (albeit for a standard transfer box) using a cardboard template and then cut it out of steel plate with just an angle grinder and a welder, see here - www.bigjimny.com/index.php/forum/18-buil...buggy-build?start=48

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Is that buggy finished yet?...

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09 Mar 2020 16:58 - 09 Mar 2020 17:23 #219647 by Rabid Rhino
Went with the HM4X4 kit which was 400EURO but as of today, it went down to 327.87EURO. RESULT !!!!!
I cleared up the confusion (poor translation) that you don't need to buy a Samurai gearbox. (I couldn't understand why you would)
It looks the most complete kit out there as the mount resembles a Trail Tough's Mighty Kong II

Looking for a nice clean and straight LHD Jimny..... Not any more.
Got one that seems to have been magnatized and driven through the "Big Jimny Bits" parts stores too quickly so it missed a few items.
Last edit: 09 Mar 2020 17:23 by Rabid Rhino.

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09 Mar 2020 17:45 #219649 by mlines
So you already have an SJ Transfer box?

Martin

2003 M13 early KAP build.
3" Trailmaster lift with 1.5 Spacers on front
Customised winch bumper and roll cage
235/85R16 Maxxis Bighorns on 16" Rims, 4:1 Rocklobster, Rear ARB locker and on-board air
Corrected arms all-round, rear disks, Recaro seats and harnesses

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09 Mar 2020 18:02 - 09 Mar 2020 18:04 #219652 by Rabid Rhino
Yes, 410 & 413/Samurai

FYI, here are some gearing numbers numbers

Year T-Case Ratios High & Low Percentage over Mk1 Percentage over Mk2
1998-2005 1.32:1 & 2.145:1
2005-2018 1.00:1 & 2.002:1
SJ410 1.58:1 & 2.51:1 20% & 17% 58% & 25%
SJ413 1.41:1 & 2.27:1 7% & 6% 41% & 13%

Jimny Diff ratios
1998-2005 = 4.11:1
2005-2018 = 4.30:1 4.6% lower than Mk1

Tyre Sizes
Jimny 205/70/15 = 11.3 + 15 = 26.3"
2'' lift: 235/75/15 = 13.9 + 15 = 28.9" +10% over stock
3'' lift: 265/75/15 = 15.7 + 15 = 30.7" +17% over stock

So on a Mk1 Jimny
SJ/Samurai 413 will be pretty perfect for 29s
SJ/Samurai 413 & Mk2 Diffs will be pretty perfect for 30s
SJ410 will be pretty perfect of 31s

Looking for a nice clean and straight LHD Jimny..... Not any more.
Got one that seems to have been magnatized and driven through the "Big Jimny Bits" parts stores too quickly so it missed a few items.
Last edit: 09 Mar 2020 18:04 by Rabid Rhino.

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09 Mar 2020 18:12 #219654 by jackonlyjack
Nice if you're considering another gearing change to 4.16:1
you will need the final drive gear from the 413 box (i think)
If you go 6.5:1 you get a full set of new gears

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