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Re: Bradzuzu's 2000 Amigo rebuild...

Postby VXorado » Sat Mar 26, 2016 9:26 am

The fix looks good, should definitely increase the lateral strength of the mount!
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Re: Bradzuzu's 2000 Amigo rebuild...

Postby bradzuzu » Thu Mar 31, 2016 1:19 pm

Thanks !!

It has greatly improved things out on the feeway...

I did an adjustment on my injector pulse width and it actually bumped up my gas mileage from the 13's to the 14's , possibly 15 ...
I was able to notice the difference last weekend on my way to the beach , makes me happy er lol

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The weather on Saturday wasn't the greatest but I finally got it on the sand a bit ... My wife was down at a casino and if I had known that I most definetly would have stopped in at an orv area , little bummed I didn't get a chance ...

There's a huge hill at this particular beach and you can pull out to park and enjoy the view !!

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This was on Sunday , weather was hit and miss but we had fun..

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Postby bradzuzu » Thu Mar 31, 2016 1:28 pm

I have a weird vibration that sounds kind of like a growl , usually up in fifth gear (will do it in fourth) doing about 70 mph ... I use to think it was something like a pinion bearing but when I regeared I not only replaced all that but was able to look at the originals and they still looked fine .. It seems load sensitive but doesn't go away when you left off the throttle .. The shifters dont wiggle or shake but it feels like they should .. The u joints are the originals but they're still tight (so they seem) ... I know Paul was talking about getting vibes but that's in 4x .. It kinda made me nervous taking that long drive , it wasn't always there but I'm in the dark on this ...??

Slip yoke possibly ?

Anyone ever have this issue ?
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Re: Bradzuzu's 2000 Amigo rebuild...

Postby DSUZU » Thu Mar 31, 2016 4:59 pm

I dunno Brad. Yours is so modified that it could even be something in the flux capacitor. :D Great pics. Driveline noises can be a pain. Had one kicking my butt on the Subie. It's worse on an all wheel drive because you can't "load" the front or back. Ended up being a sloppy CV on the front that DIDN'T make noise when cornering, but did thump during slow acceleration. New axle cured it. Dennis
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Re: Bradzuzu's 2000 Amigo rebuild...

Postby bradzuzu » Mon Apr 04, 2016 11:37 am

Thanks for the input Dennis , I haven't pulled the driveline yet but I think that's the only thing it could be at this point , or I would hope so ... Other thought would be tcase , but again I don't hear or feel it through the shifters .. Original u joints with 125,000 miles makes sense :roll:

I had a fun visit this weekend while scoring some parts

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Something I never suspected though , a vx does not have a factory drink holder ... This one has quite the history , it was owned by big meat and now Eric F owns it and enjoys it ... Pretty cool rigs !!
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Re: Bradzuzu's 2000 Amigo rebuild...

Postby paulevans76 » Fri Apr 08, 2016 2:44 pm

Hey brad could you maybe do me a solid next time you are tinkering on your dual case project? I'm trying to find the distance between the t-case input and the front output on an auto case. I wanna see if it's enough to clear the 700r4's pan. Thanks :D
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Re: Bradzuzu's 2000 Amigo rebuild...

Postby shaggydoink » Sat Apr 09, 2016 9:23 am

bradzuzu wrote:Something I never suspected though , a vx does not have a factory drink holder ... This one has quite the history , it was owned by big meat and now Eric F owns it and enjoys it ... Pretty cool rigs !!


I've spent a little seat time in Joe D's VX, I personally prefer the more open space and visibility of the Trooper, but would still buy one in a minute if I had the opportunity just because of how cool they look! :)

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Re: Bradzuzu's 2000 Amigo rebuild...

Postby itsmehb » Sat Apr 09, 2016 10:20 am

Something I never suspected though , a vx does not have a factory drink holder.

Nice pic of the two side by side, Yea a drink holder is almost a must to have. Mine (899RS) doesn't have one yet. On the way down to James (88)'s place to pick up the rims I stopped for coffee and had to hold it with one hand and drive with the other. Liked the way Bart removed the ash trays on his and installed cup holders.
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Re: Bradzuzu's 2000 Amigo rebuild...

Postby 800XL » Mon Apr 11, 2016 8:56 pm

On the vibration, could it be pinion angle? Might even be speed related if it squats a little different at higher speeds from airflow.
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Re: Bradzuzu's 2000 Amigo rebuild...

Postby bradzuzu » Sat Apr 16, 2016 11:50 am

I'll check that out Paul , I can't remember off the top of my head ... The Mua's are exactly the same just not removable if that helps ... I'll still measure for you though ...

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Re: Bradzuzu's 2000 Amigo rebuild...

Postby bradzuzu » Sat Apr 16, 2016 12:16 pm

For a while I've been getting water leaking in on my driver side floor board , little did I know it was leaking in the back half too !! I finally had to suck it up and pull all my crap out and clean the poor migo out (which wasn't all bad)...

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Honestly I was amazed at how nasty it had become and at how much junk I had in my trunk !!

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It just kept coming and piling up !!

Almost thought I was going to have to fill out some paper work " I Brad Blake of sound body and mind promise to not allow this much crud to accumulate ever again" :)

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So I scrubbed the ever livin crap out of the beast !! In the end I felt much better and was happy to be able to crawl in through the back to do so (much easier than going through from the front ...

So anyway back to the water logged speaker box slash storage box , two days of putting it out in the sun didn't work much magic until I had a vision !! Air flow of a good blasting was in order !!

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This worked great but ,,, the stink that swirled out into the garage the first day was somewhat repugnant and almost knocked my dizzy and unconchious !!

My carpet insulation is still damp (thought it was all dry but nope) , I pulled the rear plastic trim off and stuffed a bottle under it to get better air flow , I'm hoping this weekend that I'll be able to get it all put back together I'm kinda missing my subs lol

Something strange and both intriguing !! The amigo feels like it's about 500lbs lighter (couldn't imagine why) and since the rear is sitting a little higher that vibration at 70 is no longer there ... ???

Guess water can be stored in multiple ways but not very drinkable in this manner ... Oh the leak !! It happened to be my panel that took the place of the glass in the hard top , I pulled it (more like removed the screws and it fell out due to the sealing goo separating ) and resealed it ... Smells so much cleaner in there now too !! Damn kids throw everything possible in all the nooks and crannies , add water , sunshine , and you've got yourself a car greenhouse !!
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Re: Bradzuzu's 2000 Amigo rebuild...

Postby hessmess » Sun Apr 17, 2016 2:01 pm

Kind of funny how one can get used to a stinky vehicle! I have been trying to get a mouse smell out of mine for a year. I am going to try a mixture of white vinegar, water and a little carpet cleaner next. We used it in the house and it really got some of the animal smells under control. We have 4 dogs and 2 cats in here with us.
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Re: Bradzuzu's 2000 Amigo rebuild...

Postby paulevans76 » Sun Apr 17, 2016 8:33 pm

bradzuzu wrote:I'll check that out Paul , I can't remember off the top of my head ... The Mua's are exactly the same just not removable if that helps ... I'll still measure for you though ...


That makes sense, shoulda thought of that!
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Re: Bradzuzu's 2000 Amigo rebuild...

Postby bradzuzu » Tue Apr 26, 2016 1:03 am

hessmess wrote:Kind of funny how one can get used to a stinky vehicle! I have been trying to get a mouse smell out of mine for a year. I am going to try a mixture of white vinegar, water and a little carpet cleaner next. We used it in the house and it really got some of the animal smells under control. We have 4 dogs and 2 cats in here with us.


I wanna say that car cleaner stuff I used came from the dollar tree/store , I think it still smells good in there :shock:

The smell of mice can be such a pain to get rid of , especially if they pee in the heater vents , amazing the plastic absorbs that smell so bad ... I was worried about that with the migo when I first got it because I found nests in the back panels where the speakers go... I almost thought I put my hand into a nest !! It also amazes me that those little turd butts can get into just about anything , that work truck I pulled apart was real bad , I looked everywhere for access but never could really find anything ... I know it's bad but now when I rigs going to sit for a period of time I take a lid or cap from a jar and put a little antifreeze in it and set it on the floor ... Seems to work good so far ...
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Re: Bradzuzu's 2000 Amigo rebuild...

Postby bradzuzu » Tue Jul 05, 2016 11:51 pm

I've been busy working on troopers lately !!

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This one received a brand new engine that I built up , I did some porting and polishing on the heads and intake , it runs really nice but I might end up needing to pull it back out and rering it (I'll know more after the fella takes his trip to Colorado)... While we where in the process of building that engine my new Isuzu friends girlfriends trooper popped a head gasket ... Needless to say the last couple of months have been busy !!
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Postby bradzuzu » Tue Jul 05, 2016 11:56 pm

I also met up with another planet member (Ray) before the trooper work started , we hung out for a couple days and went and visited Eric so he could get some extra goodies for his VX...

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Cool pic with all our rigs !!
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Postby bradzuzu » Wed Jul 06, 2016 12:24 am

For Father's Day I took my youngest out fishing

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He scares me :) probly because he's just like me when I was his age and it's my payback , or blessing , either way I enjoy him !!

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We drove to a couple different areas that we hadn't been to before , digging a hole was a good compromise so he wouldn't play in the river and get completely soaked ...

We had stopped by this river Friday evening on the way home from dropping off his older siblings , great area and it got me jonesing to go fishing , can't blame me though it's a gorgeous area ...

So slightly caught up , the amigo's been running perfectly since upgrading the maf , I have done a wee bit more fiddling with the tune , mainly to try and squeeze some better mileage out of it ...

Oh and funny story...

The last area we went to (way up highway 14 on the Washington side) I found a park after driving up on the cliff region of the highway and as it wound back down I saw a sign for this little park area ... We pulled in and there was only one other car and they where leaving , we had the river to ourselves !! We walked down through a really nice grassy area where there where picnic tables and fire pits (strangely enough there where fruit trees planted all over the place) ... After climbing down a bit of a bank we where in sandy loam and had to weave in and out of some small trees , once through those it opens up to the beach ... The particular spot (20ft section) was mud , my little boy walked right into it !! He didn't fall luckily , he did how ever get mud up to his ankles ... I told him to carefully follow me over to a rocky section where he'd be able to wash off.. As I turned and started to walk I got slapped in the side of the head by a bobber covered in mud followed by a howl of laughter as I protested the stinky mud that was now covering my ear and in my hair !! Yeah , happy Father's Day to me !!

We had a blast though , I was worried he'd snag and loose his gear but in the end I put an extra weight on my line and as I castes out the line popped and I watched my bobber go flying !! Fishing still , just not able to real it in lol... I ended up snagging a bush in the water and lost yet another complete leader rig (and bobber) ... Drowning worms is fun dontcha know !!
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Re: Bradzuzu's 2000 Amigo rebuild...

Postby bradzuzu » Wed Jul 06, 2016 12:25 am

Missed a picture !!

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Postby itsmehb » Wed Jul 06, 2016 7:52 am

Really enjoy the pictures as much as the Isuzu stuff. Your boy will have great memories of those trips with daddy when he gets to be an adult. Ask me how I know, I have one of those to and he's 56 with 9 kids of his own.
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Re: Bradzuzu's 2000 Amigo rebuild...

Postby bradzuzu » Wed Jul 06, 2016 10:11 pm

Thanks itsmehb , on top of the mud in my hair we hiked a short bit over to a different section of the river and as we where going through the grass and trees and sand my little boy was singing a song (something like going on a bear hunt) but it was his own version ... Times like that you just glow with pleasure !!

I've been wanting to build some new front links for some time now , I finally got one lower one built and put in to test it for the drive home , seems noticeably better so I think I'll build another tomorrow and see how two do/feel !!
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Re: Bradzuzu's 2000 Amigo rebuild...

Postby shaggydoink » Sat Jul 09, 2016 8:24 am

bradzuzu wrote:For Father's Day I took my youngest out fishing

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This picture is priceless!! I'm with "hb", getting to share some small pieces of other peoples' lives here on the Planet has become almost more enjoyable than the techy truck stuff for me, thanks for sharing! :thumbup:

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Re: Bradzuzu's 2000 Amigo rebuild...

Postby bradzuzu » Wed Jul 20, 2016 11:54 pm

I was grinning ear to ear when I took that picture haha !!

We did a trip last Sunday , I'm just waiting on pictures from everyone (they're taking forever !!)... I was careful ripping around up in the woods (130 miles worth in one day) part of that was pavement but not much.. Strangely enough I hit something heading to work Tuesday morning doing 70 on the freeway (5 miles later it started wandering terribly) and ended up getting another set of tires ... For the record the maxxis tires where put on two years ago and had 36,000 miles on them !! Not to shabby for a 5000lb cruiser...

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Postby chuffer » Thu Jul 21, 2016 12:41 am

bradzuzu wrote:I was grinning ear to ear when I took that picture haha !!

We did a trip last Sunday , I'm just waiting on pictures from everyone (they're taking forever !!)... I was careful ripping around up in the woods (130 miles worth in one day) part of that was pavement but not much.. Strangely enough I hit something heading to work Tuesday morning doing 70 on the freeway (5 miles later it started wandering terribly) and ended up getting another set of tires ... For the record the maxxis tires where put on two years ago and had 36,000 miles on them !! Not to shabby for a 5000lb cruiser...

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Re: Bradzuzu's 2000 Amigo rebuild...

Postby 2trooper88 » Thu Jul 21, 2016 5:03 pm

I have fallowed this build you have done awesome work. definitely some amazing fab work, Brad you are the man.
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Postby humming » Thu Jul 21, 2016 7:50 pm

am I the 1st post on the 100th page?

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