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Old September 5th, 2010, 12:17 AM   #1
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hey names vince.. i have a 91 sonoma std. cab that will be getting a sfa. dana 44 front and rear disk breaks all corners, running 35's hope to have it done by this april. for the clean up test the rig out

truck came with a 4.3l v6 700r4 trans.
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Old September 5th, 2010, 12:54 AM   #2
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glad to see you started a rig build. post lots of pix and keep us updated!
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Old September 5th, 2010, 01:11 AM   #3
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nice! im just about done with my sas on my 01 ranger. you locking the front and rear??
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nice! im just about done with my sas on my 01 ranger. you locking the front and rear??
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nice! im just about done with my sas on my 01 ranger. you locking the front and rear??
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Old September 5th, 2010, 09:03 PM   #6
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yeah lockers will be in the plan over all but biggest proiority is to get it up on all fours on lt a bit taller
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sounds like fun i lke the older s-10s like joe said take lots of progress pics
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Old September 9th, 2010, 11:51 PM   #8
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well im goin to get my front axle this saturday thanks to a few member of this site.... i might also be getting some rims as well.. next few pay checks somes the rear and some steel from work to build this thing

also gotta hook the garage up with heat for the winter i wanna have this thing done and drivable by the clean up in April
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are you ditching the bed ?? looks a bit rusty.. watch that cab mine looked cleaner than that when i bought it.. a few trips of abuse and all the rusty areas fell apart.
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yeah i will be ditching the bed down the road.. when i can make a tube flat bed type setup



i picked up my 89 waggy d44 front axle today.... sucker is fukin huge and weighs a shit load next will be my rear from a Isuzu factory disk breaks..... and 4.10 gears

then i belive iml be running full spools f/r chepp ant they get the job done
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you will regret going spool in the front
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Old September 12th, 2010, 08:48 PM   #12
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yeah i will be ditching the bed down the road.. when i can make a tube flat bed type setup



i picked up my 89 waggy d44 front axle today.... sucker is fukin huge and weighs a shit load next will be my rear from a Isuzu factory disk breaks..... and 4.10 gears

then i belive iml be running full spools f/r chepp ant they get the job done
put in a mini spool save some money

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why? just unlock one hud on tight trails. its nice to have the traction when you need it. for a budget build run it.
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why? just unlock one hud on tight trails. its nice to have the traction when you need it. for a budget build run it.
getting out every time you come to a hill will get old quick... for 60-70 more bux get a lockright. the mini spool for my rear axle was around 50 bux my front lockright was about 120.. well worth the money.
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glad to see you build a s10 hope to see you on the trails
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Old September 14th, 2010, 11:49 PM   #15
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well pics will be here tomorrow.... setin up the garage tomorrow for winter and gettin the truck pulled in cant wait to start this project
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Old September 23rd, 2010, 02:40 AM   #16
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heres a a quick pic of the axle now im getting the read axle and the steel to start building this thing i will be goin to the j/y today or the next to look lfor chevy flat top knucklesand all the outter parts unless i can find one from a 76 or so waggy

workin mad o/t to get this goin and get it done right
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Old September 23rd, 2010, 07:32 PM   #17
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I have a pair of ford flat top knuckles if that helps you any
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Looks like the start of something there Vinny.
Keep us posted on the progress
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well not much progress waiting on paychecks and workin ot to fund this thing i got my spring perches the other day from tt fabwork they are made for SOA on a FSJ (waggy 44)
so one is a bit bigger radius on the side that mounts on the diff.
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I have a pair of ford flat top knuckles if that helps you any
no thanks tho they are differnt to run the 6 lug pattern
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