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1995 - Dora the explorer SAS

Discussion in 'Solid Axle Swap Registry' started by BUCHVILLEMAN, March 5, 2003.

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  1. BUCHVILLEMAN

    BUCHVILLEMAN Well-Known Member

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    sorry guy everything on my ex is different now. the sway bar and its mounts are long gone. now is the front end from a dodge 3/4 ton. the only thing i have is the diagram above. all i did was make mounting brackets and mounted the sway bar like a ranger or BKO.

    my inbox is not full now. sorry.
     
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  3. freakaftr8

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    Hey there! When you got the gearbox for the steering, I noticed that the 91-94 explorers have a much taller frame then the 95 up. I have a 95 and are doing the same sas swap, but with coils and custom Long arms. How much of a pain was it to weld the sterring gearbox to the frame or did you bolt it on? And those pics, what all did you have to do to mate the rack and pinion steering shaft to the gearbox besides use the ranger end? It loos like I can use the whole shaft from a 91 and bolt it on with some spacer shims. Thanks
    Shawn
     
  4. JS91X

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    updates ??
     
  5. BUCHVILLEMAN

    BUCHVILLEMAN Well-Known Member

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    updates:
    1- went to IL for vacation for 2 weeks.
    2- kid had tonsilectomy
    3- i had tonsilectomy (blucking sucks)
    4-oh the truck? :)

    no real work done on my part. my uncle is building the motor. i need to finish up the suspension on the front. i have the leafs and everything ready but now im contemplating going coilover...its all about $. the problem with getting this project done is having the jeep to play with. normally if i had a broken truck i would work on it until it was driveable but now since i can go play i usually do.

    excuse excuse i know...

    soon i hope.
     
  6. jfman

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    I'm curious to know what operates the steering on the truck. Did you swap in a steering box ?
     
  7. BUCHVILLEMAN

    BUCHVILLEMAN Well-Known Member

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    yes steering box. using the 3/4 ton dodge box.
     
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    how did you work out the power steering hoses ? Have any pics?
     

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