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The Pony Full Width SAS thread


waexplorerJR

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Well to catch everyone up to speed she is currently sitting on her own weight on the front axle. I bought this Bronco from Diffwackdaddy a little over a year ago. It had a 5.5 inch mixed lift of skyjacker and superlift and a 4.0 swap already done.

I am swapping in a full width hp44/9 combo from a 79 bronco. I went with BC Bronco coils and made a custom crossmember for the trans and the radius arm brackets. I am going to post up what pics I have so far but I should take some more of the custom work I am doing. Enjoy.

https://picasaweb.google.com/parkerni/BroncoSas?authuser=0&feat=directlink
 


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rookieshooter

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Nice! Any plans for a high steer conversion?
 
















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Allright guys...she is out of the garage!! Check the link in my first post because I added pics.

 




Albino 94LTD

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janderson4010

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are those ballistic fab adjustable coil buckets? thats what i just put under my rig, haven't gotten quite far enough to go wheel but I think they will hold up nicely. what spline count is the rear 9in you used?
 




waexplorerJR

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are those ballistic fab adjustable coil buckets? thats what i just put under my rig, haven't gotten quite far enough to go wheel but I think they will hold up nicely. what spline count is the rear 9in you used?
Yes they are ballistic buckets. Awesome for the money!
 
















janderson4010

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Weird now that i look at them i guess they are, coulda swore they were iroks. I had a set of tsl sx's in 35x15.50 i sold to my brother, fully bitchin tire, one of the toughest tires out there. They get used a lot here bk we wheel really sharp black lava rock. How does it flew with those radius arms?
 




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Nice job

Really looks good with the solid & sitting high and wide!
 




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