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SAS HOW-To?

Diesel_brad

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Hey, I hear ya on not having what you want out o your rig. I just did an SAS in May. Read my build thread, give you an idea of what you will need and how much work your looking at to be doing.
HOLY CRAP!!!:shok: I didn't know you needed to cut the whole front crossmember out. Definitely NOT going to do that
 


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Why not just do a frame swap? Grab an extended cab ( you do have extended cab, right?) frame and SAS it. Then swap everything over from your truck. I have a 2wd '97 frame you could use
 

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HOLY CRAP!!!:shok: I didn't know you needed to cut the whole front crossmember out. Definitely NOT going to do that
By the way, doing an SAS requires removing EVERYTHING up front. lol
 

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This is my daily driver. I cant afford to have it down for a week+ to swap frames.

Guess I'll be looking more into coil overs
 

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