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Discussion in 'Thumpers' started by southforkspeedster, Nov 11, 2008.
White Rim in Moab,UT
And this is how it is used daily.
Dude, I've just bought a 2008 SM but would really like to convert it for trail riding at the weekends - how easy is it to convert to off-road wheels/brakes etc?
I have nearly rebuilt my whole DRZ in the last couple of months.....rebuilt transmission, new piston rings and cam chain............all bearings in the rear suspension...........
New drive train..........
All new bearings and races in the head set................
Just got all black plastic, and rear wheel bearings...............stay tuned for pics
And here is a pic of it after all the above work. Loaded on the trailer and headed to the 24 HR endurance race.............my team finished 3rd in our class.....
Just buy some S/E wheels. They bolt right up. Just get some SM rotors for the dirt wheels & the swap is real easy. You will need to run some sprockets that fit your 110 link chain. Someting like 13/44 should work. I use a 112 link chain so I can use 14/47 dirt & 15/44 SM.
Hi Guys,Here is mine.
İstanbul/Turkey little bit rainy Day :huh
Here is a couple of my S/SM DRZ.
Love this picture.
I'm in!! Been searching for some dirt wheels.
Making the yellow to black transformation
Got it all covered, should be able to put her back together in a day or two
My modest DRZs:
What kind of seat is that?
The Corbin label is visible in the last pic.
Her she is now.....
Ward... I'd call you Santa and sit on your lap just for a chance to sit on her... Very nice work on that beast
I should send Fugly over to your house for the winter
I think we may be able to work somthin out big boy
Send it over
PMD ya on the jeep