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92 ford ranger sas

Discussion in 'Solid Axle Swap Registry' started by skyjacker, July 16, 2009.

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  1. skyjacker

    skyjacker New Member

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    ok so im done my sas on my ranger heres some pics

    specs are
    92 ford ranger ,5speed ,shift 4x4

    frontend
    -narrowed dana hp 44
    -4:10gears
    -wildhorse 5.5 coils
    -wildhorse ext. radius arms
    -high-steer
    -chevy flattops


    rearend
    -EB bigbearing 9"
    -4:10gears
    -lockright
    -youkon cromo shafts
    -chevy 1500 leafs
    -chevy 2" drop shackles
     

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  3. lifeguard379

    lifeguard379 Well-Known Member

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    how is the bump steer with those angles?
     
  4. skyjacker

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  5. skyjacker

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    ya its noticible , gota make a new mount for the diff to raise the tracbar and then make a new tracbar or make some adjustments to the one in there
     
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    hey I had a question, im in the middle of my sas. but I am waiting on my parts to come so i can finish up the front end and am now on to the rear end. I was wondering how much lift you gained from the chevy springs and drop shackles?
     
  7. lifeguard379

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    just noticed you use the stock RA cros member and moved it back. kinda neat
     
  8. skyjacker

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    the chev leafs and drop shackles made it sit pritty well level with the front end id say about 7-8" of lift , i took out the bottom too chev leafs and threw an add a leaf in there so they wouldnt be so stiff


    and ya i used the stock crossmember, i had some 78 bronco mounts in there to begin with but the caster angle was horroble, the stock mount made it pritty much perfect
     
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    Looks pretty good, but I have a few questions.

    First, how much did you drop the front coil buckets. Second, do you plan on moving you're front axle any farther forward as it looks to be about in stock position. Third, what brake lines did you use? Fourth, do you plan to keep the body lift and last, how do you like the Wildhorses arms?
     
  10. lifeguard379

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    i have the same arms and i love them. :)
     
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    coil buckets are in the stock location, and i might move the axle forward in the future not to shure yet , my brake lines are russle 30" lines with thread on fittings so as i could have a ford fitting on the top and a chevy fitting on the bottom , i do plan on taking the bodylift out ill probabley do that next winter and i love the wildhorse arms might hime them one day but other than that there great
     

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