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How about a parts list for the SAS

94ZebraRanger

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What I would like to see a possible list on what parts are needed for a SAS. Also what front axel will work with the SAS on the explorer.

Well anyone who wants to do a SAS on there X would find this info usefull.

Tim
 



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I compiled a excel spread sheet from various sources from this board an other boards to get an idea of the price. Its new and used parts. Looking at the price I would probably use more used stuff to cut cost considerably. The cost of coilovers is very high! Labor/custom fabrication isnt factored in yet and Im sure im missing alot more stuff or have something listed wrong.


ITEM FROM COST NOTES
Dana 44 Re-tubed Housing Pick N Pull $300.00 78-79 High Pinion
ARB Locker $599.00 ARBRD06
Precision Gear 4.88 R/P Reider Racing $150.00 44D/488R
Master Overhaul Kit Reider Racing $230.00 44D/MOKIT
Crane ChroMoly Diff Cover $196.00 Crane Dana 44
Warn 4340 ChroMoly axles Dutchman? $600.00 Inner/Outer
CTM axle #5-297x u-joint CTM Racing $185.00 #5-297x
Parts Mike Flat Top Knuckles PartsMike $739.00 6 Bolt Chevy
Chevy K5/K10 Spindle $120.00 706528x
Wheel Bearings/Seal Auto Zone $57.64 Inner/Outer 705110x
Brake Rotors X 2 $68.98
Caliper Mount Plate x2 $70.00
Brake Calipers/Pads
SS Brake Lines $65.00
Warn Premium Hubs $90.00 Warn 20990
SwayAway 2" 12" shock x2 $538.00 R/S 52000-412
SwayAway 2" dual rate kit $99.00 R/S 52107-101
12" Coil xxxLbs? Spring rate $55.00 R/C 12-xxx
12" Coil xxxLbs? Spring rate $55.00 R/C 12-xxx
Ranger Steering Gear Box Used
Power Streering Pump Rebuilt
Pitman Arm
BRC 1001 Tie Rod/Drag Link Parts Mike $300.00 Inc. 4 TRES
Steering Stabilizer $41.00 Ran5403
Stabilizer Brackets $23.00 Ran5509
Rear 8.8 Gears + mini install Reider Racing $135.00 F88/488 mkit
ARB/Detroit/Eaton Locker
Leaf Spring Mount M.O.R.E $45.00 98107 3-1/4" Radius
Weld on Shock Mount x2 M.O.R.E $60.00 98201 Universal
Grade 8 U-Bolt x4 M.O.R.E $50.00 Custom
OME 2" Lift Leaf Springs OME
5on5.5 Wheel adapter x2 M.O.R.E $99.00 Custom
Front Drive Shaft
Extended Rear Drive Shaft
Speedo calibrator Superlift $165.00
BFG MUD KM 35x12.50-15
ProComp 15x10 5on5.5 3 5/8 4WP $524.00 PCW1869-5057
$5,659.62
 






Ray Lobato

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You forgot to add the 2 rear axle shafts for the 8.8 that needs to be replaced because they have to now be 5 on 5.5" lug bolts to match the front D44. I think it's $300.00 each.
 






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Ray, he was going with the adapters instead of the axles.
5on5.5 Wheel adapter x2 M.O.R.E $99.00 Custom

That is one EXPENSIVE SAS!!! Nice, but $$$$.
 






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Yea man I plan to cut the price down alot with a different revision sheet with more used stuff. Some of the stuff cost waaaaaay too much.
 






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used price sheet?

soupbone, got the update w/ used $$'s??
 






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Hmmmmm.

Why not use an old bronco front axle. (i know then your on differnt bolt pattern then)
 






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Re: Hmmmmm.

Originally posted by Stic-o
Why not use an old bronco front axle. (i know then your on differnt bolt pattern then)
EB D44s are low pinion. The author of the list is going for a high pinion D44.
 






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IMO (worth about $.02)

If you are running a 78-79 Ford D44 axle, they already have disc brakes so you wouldn't need the chevy spindles and knuckles. You can get Flat top adapters from eBay for $99. I just built an axle almost like this for my father-in-law's Bronco II.

You could save a lot of money by deleting that $200 diff cover and getting a rock guard for around $50. This should cut at least $800 off your bill. I'd seriously consider running a coil spring/radius arm setup before I'd go coil-over. The same amount of travel can be achieved with leaf springs and with the James Duff 3.5" long travel coil setup.
 


















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