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Old October 9th, 2012, 11:21 PM   #21
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thanks and it was a 3:42 why does the g 80 suck does it break easy? and its just my toy and im just going for a cheep toy even if takes a lot of welding and time of my hands
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Old October 11th, 2012, 05:01 PM   #22
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Take a look at wadey's build thread on here. He's put a lot of work into his SAS... ford 44 with coils for a lifted tj or something along those lines I believe, adjustable coil mounts etc. Having ridden in it, I can tell you it works very well, maybe he will chime in here but the links below.

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thanks and it was a 3:42 why does the g 80 suck does it break easy? and its just my toy and im just going for a cheep toy even if takes a lot of welding and time of my hands
The g80 sucks because it takes a sizable difference in wheel speed for it to lock up even then the holding power just is there. Ok for mud but not much else, and most of them are 10 years old and worn out by now anyways.

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Take a look at wadey's build thread on here. He's put a lot of work into his SAS... ford 44 with coils for a lifted tj or something along those lines I believe, adjustable coil mounts etc. Having ridden in it, I can tell you it works very well, maybe he will chime in here but the links below.

http://www.greatlakes4x4.com/showthread.php?t=214144
Thanks man, the springs are actually 6.5" bds coils for a v8 zj. They are crazy tall like 19" iirc, so you have to run an adjustable style mount or something else that allows the spring to ride above the frame.

Let me know if you need anymore help
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