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Old 02-19-2009, 11:26 AM   #26
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TracKick 2dr and 4dr caliper/rotor combos can be transplanted to a Samurai. 4 dr gives you larger caliper pistons and vented rotors.
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Kick gears...

Info on Kick gears...

An Auto trans 4wd will be......................... 4.62:1
A Manual trans will be.............................. 5.13:1
4dr. Auto trans w OD will be...................... 5.13:1
All sport models will be............................. 5.13:1
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Everyone is fogetting the dodge 318 motor mounts. Two flavors, thin or thick, I have the Autozone part numbers around here somewhere... They were 4 bucks a piece!
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Info on Kick gears...

An Auto trans 4wd will be......................... 4.62:1
A Manual trans will be.............................. 5.13:1
4dr. Auto trans w OD will be...................... 5.13:1
All sport models will be............................. 5.13:1
Good info! what about 2wd manual or auto trans?
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Old 03-13-2009, 01:14 AM   #32
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Good info! what about 2wd manual or auto trans?
An Auto trans will be................................ 4.62:1
All Manual trans will be.............................. 5.13:1
4dr. Auto trans w OD will be...................... 5.13:1
2 dr. Auto Trans...................................... *See note below
All sport models will be............................. 5.13:1
1.6L 8v 4dr 4wd...................................... 5.38 (Very Rare!)

*1.6L 8v 2-dr auto's have 4.62:1 diff gears....
If your auto is a later model 16v 2-dr, then it most likely has 4:30:1 diff gears

I also found this info when looking into kick gears a while back on one of the forums........

Smaller number is pinion, bigger number is ring.......
(not sure if this is 100% accurate though)
4.30's- 10 & 43
4.62's- 8 & 37
5.13's- 8 & 41
5.38's- 8 & 43
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Old 03-14-2009, 05:24 PM   #33
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Old 03-30-2009, 08:29 AM   #34
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You grab the caliper brackets from the Track/Kick
So... If you do the 4dr trackick caliper mod - OTT steering brackets will no longer work?
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Old 03-30-2009, 09:48 AM   #35
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there's a little extra meat that needs to be grinded down on the caliper housing to fit..... or you can clearance the arms.
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Old 03-30-2009, 11:54 AM   #36
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there's a little extra meat that needs to be grinded down on the caliper housing to fit..... or you can clearance the arms.
The bolt holes on the calipers line up with no problems to the Samurai mounts - just a little clearance mods?
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You will also have to clearance the dust shields to fit the larger caliper. After that, it lines up like they were supposed to be there in the first place! You will need to change the rotors to the vented versions found on the doner rig tho.

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You will also have to clearance the dust shields to fit the larger caliper. After that, it lines up like they were supposed to be there in the first place! You will need to change the rotors to the vented versions found on the doner rig tho.

well..... I just figured out what i was missing... its the pad bracket that attaches to the Sidekick caliper & Samurai bracket that attaches to the axle...
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Old 03-30-2009, 12:39 PM   #39
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This is what you'd need from the doner....
Calipers
Caliper mounting brackets
Rotors



Only thing that stayed Sami was the bracket that bolts to the Knuckle and the brake lines. HTH
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Jus t clarify? Is this trak kick caliper for the front or rear or both?
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Jus t clarify? Is this trak kick caliper for the front or rear or both?
I'm sure it would work for either... the caliper mounts up the same..
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Old 04-30-2009, 10:13 PM   #42
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TracKick 2dr and 4dr caliper/rotor combos can be transplanted to a Samurai. 4 dr gives you larger caliper pistons and vented rotors.
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Doing mine this weekend - VERY simple

The front is complete bolt on with some minor clearance issue with the caliper / caliper mount - couple hits of the grinder and your good

The rear, is a little more complicated... I used the Spidertrax kit with Sami front calipers and rotors w/ a Spidertrax drive line e-brake
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Do we have a PN for these or an exact year? I wanted to see what MC would work best with the brakes from a K5 Blazer as my axles are from a K5. What all brake lines would need to be replaced? I am very interested in using as much as I have as possible to keep cost but I want to do it right. If I have the PN I can go to Advance and just buy a new one or the year model that they come from.
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Use a Subaru Impreza (1 1/16 dia) or Mazada 929 (1" dia.) Master Cylinder Metric fittings, low level switch, bolt on without mods and seals properly to the booster.

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Stolen from Rick's build... the only mod to make the subaru fit is lengthening the plunger by 14mm.
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You make a new one using a grade 8 bolt. Measure with some calipers the stock master cylinder how far the plunger extends from the mounting surface. Then make a new one for the Subaru master cylinder. Cut off the bolt head to the correct lenght and grind a half round head on it. Dress it up with a file.
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