Low Range Off Road carries the world's largest selection of Suzuki OEM and aftermarket engine rebuild parts for the 1.3L 8 Valve G13A, and G13BA. We warehouse and ship daily engine parts and accessories. If you can't find the part you are looking for then please let us know. We stock parts for the G13B and more.
Need a new Camshaft Timing Gear? Low Range has new OEM units in stock for easy replacement. Sometimes putting an engine together can be difficult, but when you have a one stop shop its a lot easier. Learn More
Have oil spewing out of your valve cover? What happens on these caps is the seal goes bad after many years of heat, reheat, and constant oil saturation.
These are the twist and lock oil caps for the Suzuki Samurai from 1986-1989.
Caps for 1990-1995 Samurai's are also available soon! Learn More
At the dealerships, we used to use what the tech's would call fibbage, mostly because of the oe counterpart being named PIPG. This gasket maker seemed to work better than any other gasket maker, and was Original Equipment on many Toyota vehicles. It also works great on non Toyota vehicles for the following purposes- Learn More
We want to be your one stop shop for all your OEM and Aftermarket parts needs. That is why we strive to have everything available to build a Samurai from Scratch.
This is a new OEM Flywheel Bolt. These are sold individually, 6 are needed to install a flywheel to the crankshaft tailhousing. Learn More
Designed to be oil-resistant and temperature-stable from -22°F to 176°F (30°C to 80°C), ContiTech V-Belts are open-flanked, toothed, and shaped for greater traction and torque. High performance construction features include a synthetic fiber fabric cover, a special polyester cord designed to permit tightly controlled shrink, plus a polychloroprene rubber body, integrally molded cogs, and raw edges. To say the least, You can't find a better belt for your Samurai anywhere else. Learn More
If you are going through any type of water, or is the car wash causing your engine to not run? Usually water in the distributor is the main cause of engine bogging down or missing.
Maybe you have lost your distributor cap seal, or didn't even know that one even existed there. 26 years of heat, and oil soaking can cause a lot of stress on this little seal... it's probably time to replace. Learn More
If you are missing your oil pump bolts, we have made a kit for you. These are new bolts with indented heads just like the factory units. Sometimes when rebuilding an engine, you find that the hardware is corroded and may need a replacement. If you are building an engine from scratch, this works as well.
If you are looking for a rebuilt Samurai Engine, they are not all the same. We could sell a honed out block and use a cheap rebuild kit, but we don't. Beware with engines on the market that are built with poor quality components. Maybe you will save a few dollars now, but you will pay for it in the end.
When you tighten fasteners, such as head bolts, main studs, rod bolts or anything that requires precise torque, they can be off a lot in torque if some of the bolts have oil on them, or if the hole you are going into is not lubricated properly. Because of this, ARP has developed a lube to make sure that all of your torque readings are the same- making all of your fastened parts consistent in torque.