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Sas?!?!

Discussion in 'Solid Axle Suspension' started by 07trd4x4, Feb 5, 2011.

  1. Feb 5, 2011 at 6:16 PM
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  2. Feb 5, 2011 at 6:17 PM
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  3. Feb 5, 2011 at 6:19 PM
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    look over on TTORA.com theres tones of them over there. It depends on your truck your budget and your purpose. ive seen a 100% functional truck done for around 1500 bucks. but that also depends or your mechanical abilities also. if you had to pay a shop i couldnt imagine what it would cost. If your truck is already 4wd then it could be fairly cheap.. Prerunner a little more expensive, and a 5 lugger.. start with another truck.
     
  4. Feb 5, 2011 at 6:47 PM
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    SAS.. Need I say more.
    Pictures or it didn't happen. $1500? Yeah right. Christ my tires costed me $1500.

    This is what IT REALLY COSTS

    Parts NeededPart LocationPricesConversions12101-75060 PanToyota Dealer$100.00 15104-75020 StrainerToyota Dealer$80.00 15147-75020 Gasket, Oil StrainerToyota Dealer$30.00 11494-75010 Plate, Oil HoleToyota 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 STEERINGReid Racing Ford KnucklesParts Mike$460.00 Hi Steer Arms w/ studsParts Mike$220.00 Tie Rod and DraglinkSidco 4x4$155.00 IFS Steering Box 1989-1995 4x4Ebay$125.00 Borgeson Steering Shaft 450036Summit Racing$75.00 Borgeson 013452 and 014909Summit Racing$160.00 Pitman ArmParts Mike$50.00 Kartek 11/32" 29 Spline U-jointKartek$110.00 SUSPENSIONFront Leaf Springs 5"Marlin Crawler$342.00 FOA Emulsion Shocks (4)FOA Shocks$552.00 FOA Shocks ChargedSidco 4x4$100.00 F/R Ubolt Flip KitsParts Mike$100.00 9/16" Spring Hanger (2)Parts Mike$34.00 9/16" Shackle BracketParts Mike$42.00 Shock Bracket Pair (2)Parts Mike$36.00 Shackle Hanger Kit FrontParts Mike$50.00 Shackle Hanger Kit RearParts Mike$35.00 Spring Perch Set (2)Parts Mike$30.00 Shock Tower SetParts Mike$36.00 AXLEChromoly Right Side AxlesSuperior Axle and Gear$296.00 Chromoly Left Side AxlesSuperior Axle and Gear$267.00 Warn Premium Locking HubsEbay$80.00 CTM U-JointsLongfield$315.00 Front Gears 5.38Superior Axle and Gear$176.00 Powertrax No-Slip FrontJust Differentials$450.00 Powertrax No-Slip RearJust Differentials$450.00 Rear Gears 5.43Superior Axle and Gear$208.00 Frame PlatingBallistic Fabrication$112.00 Front Bearing KitSuperior Axle and Gear$122.00 Rear Bearing KitSuperior Axle and Gear$90.00 Rear Frame PlatesDomello Offroad$120.00 D44 4:10 CarrierSidco 4x4$50.00 Toy FlangeSidco 4x4$50.00 BRAKESFront RotorsO'Reillys$70.00 Front PadsO'Reillys$25.00 Front CalipersO'Reillys$25.00 F/R Steel Braided HosesSummit Racing$50.00 Brake AdaptersSidco 4x4$50.00 Brake FittingsSidco 4x4$50.00 MISCELLANIOUS4.5" 9/16 Bolts (20)Sidco 4x4$50.00 StuffSidco 4x4$100.00 Toyota Long Slip Drive Shaft CustomSidco 4x4$100.00 Tube Front Bumper4x Innovations$561.00 Rock Sliders4x Innovations$300.00 WHEELSGoodyear MT/R 37/12.5/15RCraigslist$700.00 Tire balancingSidco 4x4$50.00 New 5 on 5.5" RimsSidco 4x4$125.00 Sidco 4x4 fabrication work$2,200.00

    $9,661.00
     
  5. Feb 5, 2011 at 7:54 PM
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  6. Feb 6, 2011 at 8:13 AM
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    SAS.. Need I say more.

    True lol, I purchased those with my conversion, never removed them from my list.

    I used no ones kit, just shit from everyone. :cool:
     
  7. Feb 6, 2011 at 8:44 AM
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  8. Feb 6, 2011 at 10:14 AM
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    While flaunting the gold chunk falling from your wallet you must have missed everything my post said. Please re-read it as it said it depends on your mechanical abilities and and of course your parts chosen. If you started with and IFS 4wd pick up already then all you would need is some leafs, steel, an axle, maybe a driveline and some other misc stuff. But if you want an indestructible mall crawler with chromoly this and gold plated that, you will end up with a 10k plus tab. Xtreme 4x4 just did an sas yesterday on a fullsize IFS blazer yesterday, including front and rear axles and regears with new wheels and tires for under 1500 bucks. it can be done.. cheaper without a summit catalog. Like i said check out TTORA and you will see what can be done on the cheap.
     
  10. Feb 6, 2011 at 4:30 PM
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    SAS.. Need I say more.
    indestructible mall crawler? :rofl: Just because you hear some shit on tv doesn't mean it's real. Get your damn facts straight. not one person can SAS a truck for $1500, unless DAMN near everything was free. You haven't even done a SAS, nor do you even probably own a SFA truck. I bought maybe $200 of summit parts.

    Please don't spread rumors to people and get them thinking you can swap a SFA for $1500.
     
  11. Feb 6, 2011 at 4:41 PM
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    i paid for the 2k SAS kit from Skys offroad design
    350 for a D44 jeep grand wagoneer axle that had taco leafmounts on it.
    like 300 i think for a steering part from bud
    about 100 for fluids
    x amount for labor
    1800 in parts to lock and regear
    60 for a beefed up axle cover
    free leaf springs like
    30 in flap disks for the grinder
    welder wire
    $150 for a new front dshaft
    and more costs that i cant think of
     
  12. Feb 6, 2011 at 4:51 PM
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    swap took 24 hours, faulty rear driveshaft from boone iron works put it OOS for months.

    lol it wasnt SAS related but it was a PITA. i replaced it cause i jacked up the Tcase and trans
     
  13. Feb 6, 2011 at 4:53 PM
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    dont get angry cuz you spent all your money on that. It appears you probably have never been to a junk yard. there is used vehicles there you can get cheap parts off of. If you can weld you can do his no problem. if you can rebuild your front axle, there is more money saved. on pickups you can take rear springs mixed and matched (30 bucks at the junk yard) and place them up front. datin fab has all of trail gear, all pro (ect) parts cheap you can instal late model fj40 cruser rotors with 89-95 v-6 pickup calipers for awesome brakes, (about 160 bucks) you would need a high steer system and a driveshaft fabbed roughly 200 bucks. shocks its your hoice lets say hundred bucks. the axle you can junk yard it for 100 bucks. with some welding and a little metal its a swap. it can easily be done. Will it be as pretty as yours? nope. Will it be be as functional, close. and the cost super cheap. it can be done you dont even have to do the brakes. A complete toyota axle is just that. with some brake lines a steering system, springs and shocks thats an sas. why you are so opposed to it being possile to do it cheap i dont know.
     
  15. Feb 6, 2011 at 5:06 PM
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    As we have established many times, yes, you can do it cheap (though not as cheap as you're describing...nowhere near) if you're willing to have a shitty swap.

    People who take this stuff seriously, they want new, brand name parts. And there's a reason for it. Junkyard parts have an unknown history. They may be fine....they're more likely going to break...or have seal problems...or god knows what else.

    I could've lifted my truck 3" with spacers for about $100. But I didn't. Because it's shit. And people who use their trucks seriously offroad wouldn't settle for such a patchwork solution in a SAS either.

    Go ahead and do a junkyard SAS if you want to. Not my truck...thank god.
     
  16. Feb 6, 2011 at 5:09 PM
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    SAS.. Need I say more.
    You clearly, do not know what the hell you're talking about. Leave this section, you are bringing nothing but lies. You are just assuming you can find all these parts, you have NO IDEA what goes into SAS. Just because your boyfriend on tv said it can be done, doesn't mean anything.

    My SAS doesn't look pretty, if you want a pretty looking SAS, talk to Wyatt, he spent over $60,000. Extremely function, and excellent looking.

    You're making yourself look like a fool, It's entertaining really.
     
  17. Feb 6, 2011 at 5:10 PM
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  18. Feb 6, 2011 at 8:19 PM
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    Did you have that D44 re-built?

    You already had a 6" lift before the swap too, right? (I don't remember if you did or not :eek:)
     
  19. Feb 6, 2011 at 8:34 PM
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    I was at that bbq when he got the dent and talked to your cousin for a while. His ranger is sick. I thought it looked familiar and then u said something about the dent. Damn small world man
     
  20. Feb 6, 2011 at 8:46 PM
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    I saw your truck there and was like "Who the hell is that???" Haha yeah I went and shot pictures mostly. Hunter Offroad did the SAS for my cousin and then another shop did his rear axle swap. We went to the BBQ last year as well. I know masada and some of the FJ guys showed up. 08pretaco was there and I brought RPain as well. Small world indeed!
     
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