mucha para los orgullosos propietarios de una Isuzu Rodeo aqui hay un pequeño tributo a este maravilloso carro!
pues comienzo por la mama de todas las Rodeos!!
la Rodeo de Jake Hallenbeck el le hizo una conversion a su Rodeo como la que hizo coco le puso eje rigido adelante y quedo
un poco de informacion del carro.
If you get out in the dirt much, then you have likely noticed that Ford Rangers rule the whoops while Jeeps and Toyotas reign supreme in the rocks. What about all of the other makes and models out there though? Isuzus are often overlooked as the basis for an off-road vehicle, but Rodeos and Amigos can be capable platforms. They come equipped from the factory with powerful engines, rugged frames, and Dana 44 rear axles with disc brakes. These vehicles are also available for thousands less than their Jeep, Toyota, and Ford counterparts.
Jake Hallenbeck has built numerous off-road rides in the past, so he was not daunted by the lack of aftermarket support for Isuzus. Hallenbeck knew that he had the skills to fabricate everything needed for his latest project: an Isuzu Rodeo. "I'll never buy another Toyota again," Hallenbeck boldly proclaimed while we were shooting photos of his Isuzu.
After seeing how well the Rodeo works in a variety of terrain, we can't say that we blame him.
The '93 Rodeo was purchased for only $2,500, yet the interior and exterior were in showroom condition, complete with comfortable bucket seats, power windows, and power door locks. Add a healthy 175hp V-6, automatic overdrive transmission, and geardriven transfer case, and the deal looked even better. Hallenbeck knew that more ground clearance, suspension articulation, and gearing was all that were needed to turn the Rodeo into an off-road hero.
esta camioneta esta lindisiiimmaa!!
aqui tenemos a una hermanita de lo que es la Rodeo la Isuzu Amigo, que es igual solo que de 2 puertas chequen esta!
well here it is it all started from a 2 wheel drive and ended up as this. the only thing left that is still isuzu is the frame and body engine 1979 3.3, 200 chevy v-6 yes I know a 6 ,turbo 350 trans., 203 transfercase ,12bolt rear 10bolt front 4:11 gears ,36" tsl swampers ,custom 4link suspension front ,3 point rear ,full hydraulic steering,roughly 13" of lift flowtech exhaust, 14" pro comp extended shocks,stretched wheel base to 110"
y aqui tenemos otra Isuzu Amigo con eje rigido
This was my daily driver till one night of wheeling I broke the 4 wheel drive. Then I had to make it better.
11 inches of lift via
old man emu rear springs 2 inch blocks and independent 4x 2 inch shackles
Factory 78 wagoner leaf springs w/ factory hangers
78 wagoner dana 44 with cross over high steer
factory 12 bolt rear
chevy 350 small block 700r4 208 with tom woods slip yoke and front and rear shafts
la Amigo en comparacion a un jeep!
un antes y un despues!
aqui tenemos otra gran camioneta de la marca Isuzu, la Trooper, aqui tenemos una de ellas en los estados que combino las mejores marcas, chevrolet, toyota y por supuesto Isuzu, aqui les dejo.
"Go Farther..." That's the tag line Isuzu is using to market trucks in the U.S.A.
Don Wintz's 1988 Isuzu Trooper redefines the meaning of this tag line, combining the best of Isuzu with elements of Toyota and Chevrolet... the resulting truck can articulate and crawl down the trail and also maintain highway speeds at altitude.
las especificaciones son las siguientes:
1991 Chevrolet 4.3 liter V6
Professionally converted, SMOG LEGAL
TBI - Throttle Body Injection
Edelbrock Intake Manifold
Toyota transfer case
72:1 final drive ratio
1985 Toyota live axle conversion
Professionally Converted by Fabtech
Land Cruiser vented rotors
ARB Air Locker
Custom National Springs
Uniden PC122XL CB Radio
Sony XR-C210 Sound System
Hands-off Cell Phone
Viper Alarm System
12-bolt Isuzu Corporate Axle
Stock Isuzu disk brakes ARB Air Locker
Custom National Springs
Warn XD9000i winch
35x12.50-15R tires on American Mags
Bushwhacker fender flares
Rancho 9000 shocks
Smittybuilt bumpers front and rear
esta sigue en coming soon porque solo las fotos pude bajar y la pagina donde estaba la info se me perdio!