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Old 03-15-2006, 01:38 AM   #1
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Terms, slang and abbreviations

4WD: Four Wheel Drive. Vehicles that have the ability to drive the front and rear differential simultaneously.

Air Down: Removing air from the tires to improve traction on rough and rocky terrain.

Air Locker/ARB: A differential that has the ability to go from open to locked by use of compressed air.

AT's: Tires with an All Terrain tread pattern.

Bias-Ply Tire: A type of tire construction utilizing plies that run diagonally from one bead to the other. One ply is set on a bias in one direction, and succeeding plies are set alternately in opposing directions crossing each other. Some times called a cross-ply tire.

Bog: A wet and muddy area made from the collection of plant debris over many years. Some roads include bogs with hardened bottoms. Usually bogs are created when individuals leave the established roadbed and drive in marshy areas.

BootyFab: Slang term for fabrication mods that, well lets just say aren't done the best.

Bump Steer: It is a mysterious term that offroaders use to excuse their ill handling 4x4. The technical explanation is a change in toe caused by suspension travel or an unwanted steering input caused by such a toe change.

Bump Stops: Rubber bumpers (often cone or wedge shaped) on the chassis that limit suspension travel. "Bottoming out" the suspension means hitting the bump stops.

Camber Angle: Camber is the inward or outward tilt of the wheel at the top, measured in degrees from true vertical. Proper camber angle provides directional control stability by placing maximum tire tread in contact with the road surface under all driving conditions.

Caster Angle: Caster is the position of the steering axis from true vertical when viewed from the side. The caster angle is formed by the steering axis and a true vertical line passing through the spindle.

CB: The Citizens Band Radio, familiarly known as the CB, is a device that enables free mobile communication up to a ten mile radius.

CJ: A civilian jeep sold between 45-86.

Clearance: The distance from the lowest point on a vehicle to the ground.

COG/Center Of Gravity: An imaginary point around which the weight of a vehicle is centered. A lower center of gravity improves handing stability and cornering agility. The center of gravity can be lowered by installing shorter suspension springs and/or low profile tires.

Crossover Steering: Steering that the drag link runs from one side of the vehicle frame and attaches to the axle at the opposite side.

Crunk: Etymologists will debate the derivation of the term for years to come, is crunk a combination of "crazy" and "drunk"? or a southern slang for "cranked up"? Crunk music contains a pulverizing low end and lots of rowdy shouting, party music that mixes menace and pure mayhem. Crunk's self-proclaimed (and undisputed) king is Lil Jon.

D Rings: A D Ring is an item of hardware, usually a metal ring shaped like the Letter D. Common application for a D-ring is at the end of a tow-rope or chain, to allow one to create a bow around an item or part of an item that is being towed by a vehicle.

DD/Daily Driver: A vehicle that is street legal and used for normal every day driving.

Deer In Headlights Stare: A stare intended to communicate the sense of awe and wonder and or is too stunned or stup!d to understand they don't really have to stay there.

Dieseling: A condition in which hot spots in the combustion chamber cause the engine to run on after the key is turned off.

Diff: A slang term used for an arrangement of gears forming an epicyclic train for connecting two shafts or axles in the same line, dividing the driving force equally between them, and permitting one shaft to revolve
faster than the other.

DIY: Do It Yourself

DOM: Drawn over Mandrel is not a tubing it is a process that the tubing undergoes which in turn give it its strength, and at the same time removes the inside weld seam and give an even wall thickness throughout, the entire tube, it is a process generally done cold which is also what give it strength.

DOHC: Dual Over Head Cam

FI: Abreviation for fuel injection.

Flat Tow: Term used for towing a vehicle with all 4 wheels on the ground without using a trailer or tow dolly.

FSM: Factory Service Manual

GRS 1: A Petroworks transfer case with a low range gear of 4.16/1

GRS 2: A Petroworks transfer case with a low range gear of 4.89/1

Gears: Refers to Ring and Pinion gears in the front and rear differential. The larger the number ratio the "lower" gears you have. (3.5:1 three point five to 1, 4.88:1 four point eighty eight to one)

HEEP: Slang for Jeep.

Hi-Lift: A utility jack favored by four wheelers for its ability to jack up vehicles with suspension lifts.

Hi-steer: Hi-steer is when you move BOTH the drag link AND the Tie rod above the steering knuckles and leafsprings

IBZK/ISZK: International Brotherhood/Sisterhood of Zuki Krawlers or supporting members of this site.

IFS: Independent Front Suspension

LED: Light Emitting Diode style of light bulb which uses very low voltage

Locker: A type of differential gear that incorporates some type of locking device to apply power to both axles in a differential at the same time.

Low Range: The low gear set in a four wheel drive vehicles transfer case that is used when in four wheel drive low range.

LPG: Liquid Propane Gas

LWB: Long Wheel Base models of the Samurai Not sold by American Suzuki Dealers.

M/L: Missing link shackles that open and close as more flex is needed.

MOD: see itsmejoe231

MPFI: Multi Port Fuel Injection an injector for every cylinder

MT's: Tires with a Mud Terrain tread pattern.


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Old 03-15-2006, 07:28 AM   #2
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Thumbs up Oem....

I forgot the t.

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OTT can also refer to OTT Industries:
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Probably best known (to us) for dual t-cases.

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Old 03-15-2006, 05:10 PM   #4
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Old 03-15-2006, 08:35 PM   #5
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Very nice Sally. Even got the alphamatized.
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Terms ,slang and adbreviations continued

Night Run: A four wheel drive trip at night.

NWS: Not Work Safe ie: nudity, graphic violence, foul language and others that are not safe for viewing on a work computer.

OBA: OnBoard Air

OBD II: Onboard Diagnostics II-A second-generation emissions diagnostic system required on all 1996 and newer vehicles (though some 1994 and 1995 model year vehicles were equipped with early versions of the system).

OEM: abreviation for Original Engine/Equiptment Manufacturer

Off-Highway: recreation that involves driving on non-paved and maintained roads.

Off Road Driving on non-paved and maintained roads. This term was controversial due to the image of leaving established routes and was replaced with Off-Highway.

OHV: Off Highway Vehicle. This acronym focuses on motorized vehicles and can include full size vehicles, not just All Terrain Vehicles (ATVs) and Motorcycles.

OME: abreviation for Old Man Emu (suspension parts)

Open Loop: A mode of operation in a computerized engine management system that occurs after a cold start. During open loop, the computer provides a fixed air/fuel ratio that is richer than normal to improve cold derivability until the engine warms up.

ORP: Off Road Park

OTT: short for OTT Industries Limited, providing steering and gearing solutions for your vehicle

Over The Top (OTT) Steering: OTT refers to moving the mounting point for the drag link "over the top" of the steering knuckle.

Pinion Angle: The difference between the centerline of the driveshaft and the centerline of the pinion shaft of the differential.

POR: Pirate 4x4 .com

PS: Power Steering

Pumpkin Caps: Are steel caps that easily weld onto your front and rear differential housings to help prevent rocks from punctureing your differential housing or pushing it into your ring gear.

Rock Crawling: A term for the four wheeling technique of driving over very large rock obstacles.

Radial Tire: A type of tire that's constructed with the reinforcing belts sideways under the tread rather than lengthwise. This makes the tire more flexible which reduces rolling resistance to improve fuel economy (See Tire Ratings). A radial tire can be identified by looking for the letter "R" in the size designation on the tire's sidewall.

Ride Height: The distance between a specified point on the chassis, suspension or body and the ground. Measuring ride height is an indirect method of determining spring height, which is important because it affects camber, caster and toe.

Road Kill Stew: Is an opportunity for a free, tasty and nutritious meal. Made from scraping carcasses from the side of the road and chucking them, together with a few herbs and spices, into large cooking pot.

Roller Fairlead: The front roller device on a winch used to guide the cable back onto the spool during winching.

RRO: An abreviation for Rocky Road Outfitters a Suzuki /other parts vender.

RUF: Rear Up Front or running the rear leaf springs on the front axles.

Skid Plate: Any protective plate on the underside of a vehicle. Skid plates are positioned to protect parts of the undercarriage that can be damaged by rocks or obstacles.

Sliders: A term for the devices used to protect the underside of vehicle doors and quarter panels from rocks.

SOHC: Single Over Head Cam

SPOA: Spring Over Axles, leaf springs located on top of the axle tubes.

SPUA: Spring Under Axles, leaf springs located under the axle tubes.

SR or S/R: A Shackel Reversal suspension setup, where unlike standard front shackles the front shackle is in a solid fixed position and the rear shackle moves.

Stake: To use a chizel and bend part of the outer metal into the inner screw. This will cause the screw to be held down by the outer metal.

TBI: Throttle Body Injection, fuel injection which uses a main throttle body to supply fuel.

TDC: Top Dead Center of number one piston

Toe Angle: Toe angle is the distance between the wheels when measurement is taken at the front and rear of the wheels. The purpose of toe angle is to compensate for tolerances in steering linkage and the effect of positive/negative scrub radius when the vehicle is in motion.

TracKick: Slang for parts used on both Trackers and Sidekicks.

TJ: A jeep Wrangler sold 97-present.

TT: slang for Trail Tuff Products a Suzuki parts vender

Vacuum Advance: A device that advances the ignition timing in response to increased engine vacuum.

Whip: A antenna is a single-element antenna that can be used with an unbalanced feed line such as coaxial cable, or attached directly to a wireless transmitter, receiver, or transceiver.

Winch: A motor driven spool of cable used to pull vehicles when they are stuck.

Winch Cable: Normally a galvanized steel cable made to handle the heavy pulling loads of a winch.

Winch Rope: A synthetic fiber rope that has a higher breaking strength than that of steel cable.

Winch Weight: Everyone who uses a winch should already know to throw something soft and heavy over the wire cable or rope before making a heavy winch pull. In event of the cable/ropes failure, the inertia of the weight will help counter the kinetic energy stored in the stretched winch line. The downside to this safety precaution is that it usually makes for a very dirty -- or possibly even ruined -- jacket or blanket.

XJ: A Jeep Cherokee/Wagoneer sold 84-present.

YJ: A Jeep vehicle sold between 87/95. (Wrangler)
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Thumbs down poor thought

pumpkin covers
road kill stew
deer in the head light stare
CB

winch rope vs. winch cable
D ring

Maybe the first one would fit.
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Old 03-17-2006, 12:53 AM   #10
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Cool what happens when winch cable/rope breaks

Isn't rope much safer. Wheh cable breaks---duck, run, or "too late."

Not to hi-lift this thread, because I think it is great, but how about a safety or think about it thread? Or maybe a "really think about it" or build a perfect all perpous Samurai. Top ten mods list would be fun. Do a poll with a and b,
a and c, winner vs. next. Just a thought, but it is passing just like

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Ok added

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winch rope
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Isn't rope much safer. Wheh cable breaks---duck, run, or "too late."
Pro - It is safer when new.
Con - After constant exposure to sunlight, the UV rays make it break down, so safety decreases...

Popularity for it went down a bit after it was out for about 2 years here in the desert southwest. They still use it for comps, garaged buggies, etc. But for the normal joe, it just got too expensive to replace every season.
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hey you guys forgot "PAD"....o
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New ones:

Indexing Spark plugs:
Indexing your plugs means facing the majority of the spark directly towards your combustion chamber. If the ground probe is facing the CC, it won't deliver the most efficient spark.

TCC/TCL - Both mean Torque Converter Lockup.
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OTT can also refer to OTT Industries:
http://www.ottindustries.com/index.htm
Probably best known (to us) for dual t-cases.


Good one!
OTT is also know for bad customer service,and slow shipping I've had a bad deal with them sorry
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Indexing Spark plugs:
Indexing your plugs means facing the majority of the spark directly towards your combustion chamber. If the ground probe is facing the CC, it won't deliver the most efficient spark.

Wow i thought i was the only one bored enuf to do this.
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P.O.S.P.O

piece of sh!t previous owner.............. usually found when dealing in wiring,welding and fab work,and if your lucky the p.o.s.p.o bodywork job in which they have found out what bondo is and thought latex paint with a brush was an effect.
Good example is the front bolt in the steering box was loose, all of the oil pan bolts were finger-tight, and live, bare 12v wires.
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