"Trail Slayer" Samurai Buggys


Samurai Kit car is now available – Coil Suspension utilizing Toyota axles, rear tub cap, tube doors, tube front clip, rear cage, etc.

For the ULTIMATE Suzuki all-purpose buggy – HERE IT IS!! In easy to build kit form. Now you can take advantage of years of Trail Tough’s Rock crawling competition experience and design. Our Trail Slayer series component kits will dominate the trail and leave the competition in the dust! This Samurai kit provides a 100″ wheel base and allows for tire sizes from 35″ to 42″. Huge articulation yet stable as a Rock!

See review on Izook… http://www.izook.com/features/trailslayer/trailslayer.htm

Testimonial: Chile Challenge 2/23/08…

“……but your ears must have been burning during this week’s Chili Challenge. Suzuki driver after Suzuki driver stopped to talk about the rig and we quickly got to your company, incredible service, and great parts. I KNOW there were plenty of huge & heavy Jeep drivers that were kicking themselves in the pants. Use this is you can, it’s the truth:

The Trail Slayer suspension kept my Samurai NAILED to the trail. Even when every jeep around was getting great “photo shots” of a tire up on a 3’ rock (and the other front tire six feet in the air), the Trail Slayer crawled along effortlessly. It made the obstacles easy…even the drop off a seven foot waterfall and climb back up. The other parts (front clip, tub cap, doors) just look GOOD.”

The blue one and the orange one

were both built in house here at Trail Tough.

Justin Hall competes professionally with his Trail Slayer Samurai buggy in CalRocs as well as WeRock. So far in 2009 he has won First place in modified stock class in WERock at the Tuscon Arizona Event and 2nd place in the WERock Cedar City Utah event. Congrats, Justin!! See pics below…

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Click here for some more video of Greg…at Gray rock…

Click here for some more video of Greg..VS Volvo...

Click here for more video of Greg….at Boatramp…

Here is our “Zukamole” project with removeable fenders to make it street legal.