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Old January 5th, 2011, 06:06 PM   #1
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Default s-10 blazer sas help! *new user*

i have a 1993 s-10 blazer 4wd and i really want to do a sas, today i went out and baught a set of front and rear axles off a 1994 wrangler with all the parts for $200 bucks. i've watched a few videos on youtube about how to convert to straight axle and i got a good idea what do do but theres a couple things i need help figuring out......the front axle came with the crossover steering arms on it but im not sure if that will bolt up to the steering stem and i wanna know if theres a cheap easy way to make it work. also, do you need to pull the motor to cut out the shock mounts and build a new mount for the shock and the motor mount? and lastly do i just have to get my driveshalfs extended for the front and rear sence i plan on throwing on the boxs on the leaf....im thinking about possibly sitting up an extra 6-8 inches over stock ifs height with some 35's. let me know, thanks.
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