The last thing I wanted was a Kick that would not perform according to its appearance. So I contacted Greg Page, at G.R.P. Automotive in Australia, to attempt to buy a Rock Hopper 4:1 transfer case reduction. He had told me before that the product was still in the testing stage but I was hopeful. Greg arranged to have the only set that was not being tested sent to me (THANKS GREG). With some help from the Jeep Crafter the install of the kit was done in a couple of days. Being a pre-production set, the Rock Hopper did not come with instructions. With the use of a Suzuki factory service manual and some advice from G.R.P. Automotive, the install was accomplished.
My last modification to date was done the following weekend. I purchased a Detroit locker and Samurai carrier from Hawk?s Strictly Suzuki. The install only took a few hours of work and I was ready to hit the trails with GodZuki.
Now, every available weekend I can be found riding the trails in the Middle and Eastern Tennessee with my club (The Middle Tennessee Trail Runners) and my friends.
Here are some pics of GodZuki in some of my favorite wheeling areas