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    1991 Explorer Solid Axle Swap Leaf Spring

    So on your first post here you said you "flipped over" your rear axle. Did you actually flip it over so the spring pertches were on top? Or did you just mean you did and SOA? I'm about to do a SAS on my 92 XLT and I was planning on buying new spring pertches and welding them on top, I hadn't...
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    i need some SAS help...

    i have found a place to get a kit that makes the vacuum actuated part, cable operated so i can control it from inside the truck. that only thing about it is that all the jeep ones available are for dana 30 axles not a dana 44, so i was wondering if the dodge dana 44 ones would work the same.
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    i need some SAS help...

    so u just picked up a D44 out of an old waggy (super awesome deal...$25), and i need some help finding the parts to convert it back to 5 lug preferably the ford half ton 5 on 5 rather than the stock 5 on 4.5. also it ahs vacuum activated auto hubs and i would like to get rid of those when i do...
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    TTB or SAS?

    I'm planning on lifting my 92 XLT, and I think I'm gonna end up with about 8" or so by the time I'm done. So I'm wondering if I should spend the time and money to do a SAS or if I should just stick with the TTB? I've always had old Fords with a solid front axle so this is my frist experience...
  5. M

    1994 explorer suspension lift question.

    Did you do a SOA with the new springs? Or did you put them back under like they were?
  6. M

    SAS Questions...

    So I'm working on lifting my 92 XLT, I got some coil springs and shocks and radius arms from a classic (66-77) bronco that I plan to make fit. So now I just need to get a solid front axle and do away with the TTB crap. I've been looking for a Dana 44 front from a classic bronco cuz it would...
  7. M

    New to explorers...long time ford guy

    Good to know thanks
  8. M

    New to explorers...long time ford guy

    Not sure yet I'll have to mach it all up and measure. But the guy said that the springs were 3.5" lift on the bronco they came off of. And they are huge, it looke like it's gonna be like 6-8" I got the coils and radius arms and all 4 shocks for $250...not bad
  9. M

    New to explorers...long time ford guy

    Oh I wish I could do that...no I just found the springs...that's actually how I found them cuz I was looking for a solid front axle.
  10. M

    New to explorers...long time ford guy

    No like a 66-77 bronco the first gen ones
  11. M

    New to explorers...long time ford guy

    No like a 66-77 bronco the first gen ones
  12. M

    New to explorers...long time ford guy

    I'm getting springs and shocks from a first gen bronco for the front, and doing a SOA lift with shackles on the back. But this is the first time I've messed around with the TTB, I'm used to solid axle. So just any tips or any advice. Thanks alot
  13. M

    New to explorers...long time ford guy

    I just got a 92 Explorer XLT, and am about to put a custom lift on it with the TTB front end. Are there any tips or tricks I should know about before I start? Thanks,
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