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Old 03-28-2011, 11:13 AM   #21
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OIL PAN
12101-75060 Pan, Toyota Dealer, $100.00
15104-75020 Strainer, Toyota Dealer, $80.00
15147-75020 Gasket, Oil Strainer, Toyota Dealer, $30.00
11494-75010 Plate, Oil Hole, Toyota Dealer, $30.00
91651-60614 Bolts (Oil Hole plate) (QTY: 4), Toyota Dealer, $15.00
00295-00103 FIPG (Form in Place Gasket material), Toyota Dealer, $15.00

STEERING
Reid Racing Ford Knuckles, Parts Mike, $460.00
Hi Steer Arms w/ studs, Parts Mike, $220.00
Tie Rod and Draglink, Sidco 4x4, $155.00
IFS Steering Box 1989-1995 4x4, Ebay, $125.00
Borgeson Steering Shaft 450036, Summit Racing, $75.00
Borgeson 013452 and 014909, Summit Racing, $160.00
Pitman Arm, Parts Mike, $50.00
Kartek 11/32" 29 Spline U-joint, Kartek, $110.00

SUSPENSION
Front Leaf Springs 5", Marlin Crawler,$342.00
FOA Emulsion Shocks (4), FOA Shocks,$552.00
FOA Shocks Charged, Sidco 4x4, $100.00
F/R Ubolt Flip Kits, Parts Mike,$100.00
9/16" Spring Hanger (2), Parts Mike, $34.00
9/16" Shackle Bracket, Parts Mike, $42.00
Shock Bracket Pair (2), Parts Mike,$36.00
Shackle Hanger Kit Front, Parts Mike, $50.00
Shackle Hanger Kit Rear, Parts Mike, $35.00
Spring Perch Set (2), Parts Mike, $30.00
Shock Tower Set, Parts Mike, $36.00


AXLE
Chromoly Right Side Axles, Superior Axle and Gear, $296.00
Chromoly Left Side Axles, Superior Axle and Gear, $267.00
Warn Premium Locking Hubs, Ebay, $80.00
CTM U-Joints, Longfield, $315.00
Front Gears 5.38, Superior Axle and Gear, $176.00
Powertrax No-Slip Front, Just Differentials, $450.00
Powertrax No-Slip Rear, Just Differentials, $450.00
Rear Gears 5.43, Superior Axle and Gear, $208.00
Frame Plating, Ballistic Fabrication, $112.00
Front Bearing Kit, Superior Axle and Gear, $122.00
Rear Bearing Kit, Superior Axle and Gear, $90.00
Rear Frame Plates, Domello Offroad, $120.00
D44 4:10 Carrier, Sidco 4x4, $50.00
Toy Flange, Sidco 4x4, $50.00


BRAKES
Front Rotors, O'Reillys, $70.00
Front Pads, O'Reillys, $25.00
Front Calipers, O'Reillys, $25.00
F/R Steel Braided Hoses, Summit Racing, $50.00
Brake Adapters, Sidco 4x4, $50.00
Brake Fittings, Sidco 4x4, $50.00


MISCELLANIOUS
4.5" 9/16 Bolts (20), Sidco 4x4, $50.00
Stuff, Sidco 4x4, $100.00
Toyota Long Slip Drive Shaft Custom, Sidco 4x4, $100.00

WHEELS
Goodyear MT/R 37/12.5/15R, Craigslist, $700.00
Tire balancing, Sidco 4x4, $50.00
New 5 on 5.5" RimsSidco 4x4, $125.00


FABRICATION
Sidco 4x4 fabrication work, $2,200.00

TOTAL $9,363.00
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Old 03-28-2011, 11:29 AM   #22
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Seen this before and its a joke by the way. Let the build begin guys!

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OIL PAN
12101-75060 Pan, Toyota Dealer, $100.00
15104-75020 Strainer, Toyota Dealer, $80.00
15147-75020 Gasket, Oil Strainer, Toyota Dealer, $30.00
11494-75010 Plate, Oil Hole, Toyota Dealer, $30.00
91651-60614 Bolts (Oil Hole plate) (QTY: 4), Toyota Dealer, $15.00
00295-00103 FIPG (Form in Place Gasket material), Toyota Dealer, $15.00

STEERING
Reid Racing Ford Knuckles, Parts Mike, $460.00
Hi Steer Arms w/ studs, Parts Mike, $220.00
Tie Rod and Draglink, Sidco 4x4, $155.00
IFS Steering Box 1989-1995 4x4, Ebay, $125.00
Borgeson Steering Shaft 450036, Summit Racing, $75.00
Borgeson 013452 and 014909, Summit Racing, $160.00
Pitman Arm, Parts Mike, $50.00
Kartek 11/32" 29 Spline U-joint, Kartek, $110.00

SUSPENSION
Front Leaf Springs 5", Marlin Crawler,$342.00
FOA Emulsion Shocks (4), FOA Shocks,$552.00
FOA Shocks Charged, Sidco 4x4, $100.00
F/R Ubolt Flip Kits, Parts Mike,$100.00
9/16" Spring Hanger (2), Parts Mike, $34.00
9/16" Shackle Bracket, Parts Mike, $42.00
Shock Bracket Pair (2), Parts Mike,$36.00
Shackle Hanger Kit Front, Parts Mike, $50.00
Shackle Hanger Kit Rear, Parts Mike, $35.00
Spring Perch Set (2), Parts Mike, $30.00
Shock Tower Set, Parts Mike, $36.00


AXLE
Chromoly Right Side Axles, Superior Axle and Gear, $296.00
Chromoly Left Side Axles, Superior Axle and Gear, $267.00
Warn Premium Locking Hubs, Ebay, $80.00
CTM U-Joints, Longfield, $315.00
Front Gears 5.38, Superior Axle and Gear, $176.00
Powertrax No-Slip Front, Just Differentials, $450.00
Powertrax No-Slip Rear, Just Differentials, $450.00
Rear Gears 5.43, Superior Axle and Gear, $208.00
Frame Plating, Ballistic Fabrication, $112.00
Front Bearing Kit, Superior Axle and Gear, $122.00
Rear Bearing Kit, Superior Axle and Gear, $90.00
Rear Frame Plates, Domello Offroad, $120.00
D44 4:10 Carrier, Sidco 4x4, $50.00
Toy Flange, Sidco 4x4, $50.00


BRAKES
Front Rotors, O'Reillys, $70.00
Front Pads, O'Reillys, $25.00
Front Calipers, O'Reillys, $25.00
F/R Steel Braided Hoses, Summit Racing, $50.00
Brake Adapters, Sidco 4x4, $50.00
Brake Fittings, Sidco 4x4, $50.00


MISCELLANIOUS
4.5" 9/16 Bolts (20), Sidco 4x4, $50.00
Stuff, Sidco 4x4, $100.00
Toyota Long Slip Drive Shaft Custom, Sidco 4x4, $100.00

WHEELS
Goodyear MT/R 37/12.5/15R, Craigslist, $700.00
Tire balancing, Sidco 4x4, $50.00
New 5 on 5.5" RimsSidco 4x4, $125.00


FABRICATION
Sidco 4x4 fabrication work, $2,200.00

TOTAL $9,363.00
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Old 03-28-2011, 11:33 AM   #23
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Seen this before and its a joke by the way. Let the build begin guys!
just saying, with a 3k budget you are looking at failure.

just curious do you have grinders a cutting torch and a good mig welder?


also you are aware you will need those parts listed above. they may seem useless but each has an important role, such as the frame reinforcement plates, the toyota steering box, hi-steer, knuckles, chromoly shaftes ect. do you know what axle you are going with, a 44, 60, toy, diamond ect...
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Old 03-28-2011, 11:45 AM   #24
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You have a shop and are planning on doing the install yourself? Yet you have to ask us if coils or leafs are better? Ha.
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Old 03-28-2011, 12:00 PM   #25
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Im going to wheel the hell out of it.
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im not looking to do hard core roack crawling.


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Im not putting crapy parts on thats for sure.
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... plus i have a lot of redneck friends.


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Old 03-28-2011, 12:05 PM   #26
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Old 03-28-2011, 12:07 PM   #27
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^ Win. Good job Keith.
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Old 03-28-2011, 12:11 PM   #28
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Now thats not very nice. my Leaf Spring shoes were only of the highest quality danger ranger leaf springs that were only 25 years old!
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Old 03-28-2011, 12:33 PM   #29
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Some people buy things. Others make them. You might be surprised what an industrious person can do with a small budget and a pile of scrap metal... maybe a junk yard -- lots of good parts can be found in a junk yard, not everything needs to be bought brand new.
True however they still cost money, I don't want him to buy a waggy axle and put it in 4wd with 4.10 rears and 3.55 fronts or something. Flat top knuckles you have to buy and get tapped machined and drilled you need tie rods ect too
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Old 03-28-2011, 12:38 PM   #30
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So this guy owns, a shop, but doesn't know the difference between coils and springs?

And he wants to do hardcore wheeling, but only in some mud?

And thinks SAS can be done for $3,000?

And thinks SupraTT's (I think that's who created the SAS guide -- too lazy to double check) is a joke?

...

Man, I can't wait to see his rig!
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Old 03-28-2011, 12:59 PM   #31
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post pics when your done!
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Old 03-28-2011, 06:26 PM   #32
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there is a difference between wheeling and rock crawling. i agree with who ever said not everything has to be bought bran new. i have a torch , lift and 2 welders and enough stuff to build a whole shop, o wait i did build my shop. i have already helped straight axle a ford 250. i have also done cumins swap on it. i have seen peoples bran new stuff brake just as much as peoples used stuff. leafs are what im going to go with by the way and most likely front and rear land cruiser axles.






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Old 03-28-2011, 06:27 PM   #33
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oh and also you all talk a lot of crap about someone you dont know.
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Old 03-28-2011, 06:31 PM   #34
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Don't die wheeling it. Good luck with the build, looking forward to some sweet pics!
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oh and also you all talk a lot of crap about someone you dont know.
And you're hard to get actual information out of, so we're even
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Old 03-28-2011, 06:33 PM   #36
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oh and also you all talk a lot of crap about someone you dont know.
Hey now...they're just giving advice and you must admit some things you said contradict each other. Number one rule of sas is not to do it on the cheap. That doesn't mean build the beast for 55k but it does mean trying to save every penny isn't gonna cut it.
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there is a difference between wheeling and rock crawling. i agree with who ever said not everything has to be bought bran new. i have a torch , lift and 2 welders and enough stuff to build a whole shop, o wait i did build my shop. i have already helped straight axle a ford 250. i have also done cumins swap on it. i have seen peoples bran new stuff brake just as much as peoples used stuff. leafs are what im going to go with by the way and most likely front and rear land cruiser axles.






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How does one help SAS a Ford F250 when they come off the line from Ford already with a solid front axle?
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Old 03-28-2011, 08:12 PM   #38
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Good call
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How does one help SAS a Ford F250 when they come off the line from Ford already with a solid front axle?
my thoughts exactly.
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How does one help SAS a Ford F250 when they come off the line from Ford already with a solid front axle?
and i thought i was the only one who caught that...
pretty sure they have had solid axle up front since they came out in the 70's
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