Low Range Off Road is your source for Suzuki Samurai 1.5" HD Lift Rear Leaf Springs rated for 50-150 lbs extra weight. Many springs are not able to take the extra weight and rigorous off road usage that we are used to putting them through. We also don't like springs that rattle your teeth out because of such a high spring rate.
If you need a great quality and inexpensive drill bit to do a variety of jobs, this is the ticket. We buy in bulk to save you money... go to a hardware store- most 1/2" drill bits you can find are at least $10.00! Learn More
If you have a Samurai and want to reinforce the front of your frame, this is an excellent way to do it. Sometimes when shock mounts, shock hoops or additional accessories or add-ons are welded to the frame it gets weak. This can make your frame peel like a soda can tab. These are made with rosette weld locations to reinforce the center of the plates to the frame to give maximum amount of rigidity.
Suzuki Samurai's have limited amount of space for shock mounting ability. That is why many people choose to invert their shocks like this ( / \ ) While adjusting the upper position to making the shocks does have their drawbacks with dampening ability, it sometimes is the only way to get the needed shock travel for your flexy suspension. We recommend keeping the shocks as vertical as possible for the ultimate dampening of the shocks.
If you are looking for OEM Height and stock length leaf springs for your 1979-1985 Toyota Pickup or 4Runner we have them available now at Low Range Off Road. These are made with the best quality steel money can buy.
The Pro Comp Suspension ES3000 Shocks are a great off road shock for the money. Great for your Suzuki or Toyota as well. They not only work great, but they come with a lifetime warranty. If they ever leak, fail, or have problems performing they will be replaced free of charge* See below for warranty info.
Low Range Off Road knows that most are going off road in which things get bent, loosen and are worked on so much that it would be ridiculously expensive to do an alignment every time something has been changed.
Why a pandard bar? Even a mildly built Samurai will have lateral movement in the axle. This translates into handling issues, steering feel, sway and sometimes even wobble at high speeds. People who have installed Panhard Bars in the past on their Samurai's rave about their racecar like handling.
These steel reservoir mounts are great for securing a shock reservoir, fuel pump, fuel filter, or almost anything else that has an O.D. of 2” or 2-1/2”. They can be welded on to almost any size of round tubing.
The shock hoops are made out of 100% DOM and are precision CNC bent to ensure the highest quality product. From the weldment mounting surface to the shock eye brackets measures 7.5”. Some modifications may be required during installation.
Low Range Off Road is your source for OME Suzuki Samurai Leaf Springs and Bushings. These include OME part numbers CS012FA, CS038R, CS039R and SB19.
Old Man Emu is world renowned for its better than stock ride quality. Ride quality improves greatly over your stiff stock or even most aftermarket springs. Designed with military wrap on the front springs, draw tapered and diamond cut leaves, anti friction pads to reduce interleaf friction and to ensure that load distribution occurs at the leaf tips.
In need of leaf spring hangers on your Samurai or doing a solid axle swap on your Sidekick using Samurai leaf springs?
From the factory the shackle end is in the front on the Samurai. If you are doing a shackle reversal using Samurai springs, or if you are stretching the rear of a Samurai these may be needed if using Samurai leaf springs. These are the spring hangers to get the job done.
The options are endless. These are to our specs because nothing else fits perfectly to the Samurai leaf spring and bushing width. Learn More
Trail-Gear O.D. Tube Clamps are ideal for suspension and steering brackets that you need attached to a section of tubing when you don’t want to weld the bracket directly to the tubing because adjustment or frequent removal of the bracket is needed. Learn More
The factory spring bolt on a Samurai is 12mm (.472 inch). All Aftermarket Shackles are 1/2" holes (.500 inch). These are the bolts used with aftermarket shackles with Energy Suspension Bushings for Aftermarket Shackles. NOTE: On the Samurai for the fixed mount (non shackle end) you will need to drill out to 1/2" with these bolts when used with aftermarket shackle bushings. These are priced at $1.99 for the bolt, the 2 washers and nut. For a whole Samurai you will need 12 bolt kits. If you have purchased aftermarket shackles, you will only need 4 bolt kits to be used on the fixed spring end.
We can picture you trying to fix the threads on your factory Samurai shackle pins because you mushroomed them- beating the shackle with a hammer. Its typical that the rubber bushings can seize the leaf spring to the shackle or vise versa. Its typical that the shackles look like trash when you take them off, and it is typical that the bolts or pins are so rusted that they would make your bushings wear out quick. Learn More
Trail-Gear introduces the industry’s first 6-layer, 1.75” nylon webbing limit straps. Each strap features 4130 heat-treated Chromoly Steel buckles that have been zinc-plated for corrosion-resistance and ½” mounting holes. These straps are made from 9,000 lb. test nylon straps and offer minimal stretch to protect against full extension and possible breakage of the shocks on even the most extreme terrain. Learn More