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Old 09-28-2009, 08:01 PM
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Sas?

are any of you guys contemplating a sas swap on your 87-96 Ford F150 4x4's. I am thinking about doing one but i would want some one in kentucky to ask or talk to about it.
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Do you mean solid axle up front? If so it wouldn't be that hard. If you get one from a yard make sure to get everything that is under there.
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i guess so i have heard a few people over the 87-96 ford trucks forum talk about doing a solid axle swap from a 1977-1979 ford truck.
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If you find an 80's 250-350 with the solid front it would make it easier (except for the 8 lug part lol). The frames were the same so locatating the spring shackels is a snap. As for the lug thing the rear springs and axle are also a direct bolt in. The hevier rearends use the larger u-jionts like the Bronco but that is also easily fixed.
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If you find an 80's 250-350 with the solid front it would make it easier (except for the 8 lug part lol). The frames were the same so locatating the spring shackels is a snap. As for the lug thing the rear springs and axle are also a direct bolt in. The hevier rearends use the larger u-jionts like the Bronco but that is also easily fixed.
Looks to me like something i can look into lately. My truck either has to have a timing chain or a new distributor gear. so i am trying to get it back to running properly before i do anything suspension related.
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