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My Carry Project

Discussion in 'Suzuki Carry' started by WestEndAngler, Jun 26, 2013.

  1. Fisheruss

    Fisheruss New Member

    Where did you get fender flares ect from I just bought a 94 carry and it needs em
     
  2. WestEndAngler

    WestEndAngler Member

    I went through Rick McClain with Best Used Tractors. I forget the brand because you can probably find it locally and save on shipping. They are rubber and make sure you use small screws with washers. I can give you the size I used if needed.
     
  3. WestEndAngler

    WestEndAngler Member

  4. Papagator

    Papagator Member

    WestendAngler

    Great looking Carry!! Nice job on the Fender flares. That's next for me, know all about the Mud, etc that gets flipped up....lol

    Here is my 90 Carry with summer wheels (my offroad rims are STi's) I decided to give her a new name.

    Papagator

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  5. Papagator

    Papagator Member

    Whooops

    Last picture didn't make it the first time.

    Here she is. I modified the wheels off of a Nissan to look more "Suzuki"

    Papagator 002.jpg
     
  6. muddy moose

    muddy moose Member

    I NEED fender flares badly..... My wheels stick 5 inches out from under the truck front and back Hahaha. About how much were they
     
  7. WestEndAngler

    WestEndAngler Member

    HA! You need "Extend-A-Fender" 5" is a lot!
     
  8. WestEndAngler

    WestEndAngler Member

    Here's a video of her running around.

    [video=youtube;mhJRyjoU0i4]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mhJRyjoU0i4[/video]


    I have noticed, for example after shooting this video the truck would die when I release the gas pedal. I think I need to do some minor adjusting on it near the carb to prevent it from stalling out when I release gas to go to brake.

    Maybe I've missed something and all I need to do is turn a screw on the carb instead of the throttle linkage nuts.
     
  9. muddy moose

    muddy moose Member

    Hahahaha yes I do!!! Sure made her stable though
     
  10. muddy moose

    muddy moose Member

    Was the "drumming" noise added or it it something on the truck? Looks good man. I think I would just turn the idle screw up a bit after she is warmed up to running temp.
     
  11. WestEndAngler

    WestEndAngler Member

    The drumming noise was the chains hitting the bed sides etc. I have since put a rubber hose around the chains and it solved that issue.

    Which one is the idle screw?
     
  12. WestEndAngler

    WestEndAngler Member

    I got the carb tuned. Thanks to Spaner and his posts I figured out which one to turn clockwise.
     
  13. muddy moose

    muddy moose Member

    Woo hoo!!! Hahaha. Thought it might have been the chains Hahaha never can tell though. Glad ya got her all figured out. When's your first big adventure?
     
  14. WestEndAngler

    WestEndAngler Member

    Dove season opened here today but I have no land in that zone so must wait a few more weeks... By that time I will already be killing ducks.

    Currently I am waiting on a trailer to come in from a local dealer. I wanted something tandem with brakes so I could haul it up to Colorado from Texas and not worry about it. Once I have the trailer it's game on.
     
  15. Mbhazel1s

    Mbhazel1s New Member

    How do the ceros handle on the road? Are they noisy?
     
  16. muddy moose

    muddy moose Member

    Nice!!!. I really can't wait to get mine done and road ready again.......my starter went out so I tore neck deep into making front bumper/skid plate/receiver to run place the entire plastic bumper. Its one heck of a bight I took hahaha
     
  17. WestEndAngler

    WestEndAngler Member

    I don't drive it on the road but yes they are noisy when driving on concrete or asphalt but nothing I am not used to driving lifted Jeeps with boggers on the streets lol.
     
  18. WestEndAngler

    WestEndAngler Member

    I have been able to get it out in the field 3 times so far and it has performed flawlessly. The back end likes to slide on the gravel county roads. I think once I add the aluminum rack and seats she will be perfect. I was able to get liability insurance for the truck through my provider which was good. Foremost and Progressive said no.
     
  19. WestEndAngler

    WestEndAngler Member

    Well the last 15 days have been spent out in the flooded fields, sweating my you know what off throwing out decoys to shoot 6 birds each morning.

    Teal season is over for Texas but I managed a good photo of my dog & I the other day, truck is in there too so why not post it.

    This month, with the season closed right now, we will start construction on the benches / seats and racks for the rear of the carry. I'm no welder so I had to enlist the help of my buddy who will handle all of that.

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    Last edited: Oct 1, 2013
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  20. Jim Nelson

    Jim Nelson Active Member

    Good deal.. Beautiful dog!!
     

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