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hey guys well ive been searching and searching and I just can not come up with anything so I need some advice for a dummy who does not know jack squat about fabrication

I was hoping if someone can provide me a list on how to do a SAS on a 90s f150

what is needed? what should I buy?
is there a kit I can buy?

this will be used on colorado trails and some moderate rock crawling and I need a truck not a jeep sadly :(
 

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Doesn't that model ford already have a solid front axle?
 

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Those use the ttb Dana axle most are a 44.
Learn something everyday. I thought it just the smaller ranger and bronco IIs that used the traction beam stuff

@willc86 Here is the link on pirate for the ford section. Should be able to find what you're looking for there. Also, peruse the ford section on here, and the build section

http://www.pirate4x4.com/forum/9-ford/
 

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Just buy a 44 from the front of an older f150. Use the factory radius arms and brackets. It's really simple and effective. If you want more travel them you'd need to fab up a 3 or 4 link suspension.
 
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