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Discussion in 'Solid Axle Swap Registry' started by FireZapper, November 2, 2007.

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  1. SMexplorer92

    SMexplorer92 New Member

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    i have a 4 door explorer and am trying to find out some information about the stubler. Like where can you buy them? and how much would i need to cut out if any at all to fit one in.
     
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  3. FireZapper

    FireZapper Active Member

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    The stubbler is no longer made. Sorry.
     
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    with your coil bucket/radius arm mount is that all one peice? Did you make it? or is it the ruff stuff brackets? Because i looked on their site and i found the coil buckets but they didnt have the ones like yours with the bracket for the radius arm.
     
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    Ballistic fab .com stuff.
     
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    I'm using those same Ballistic Fab brackets for my SAS.
    What kind/size of joints did you use? Is that 2" DOM 1/4 wall tubing for the bottom link? What size tube and joint did you use on the top link?

    Sorry for all the ?s but if this setup works for you, I'd like to copy some of your ideas as I think it looks great.
     

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