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Old 01-22-2013, 01:18 AM
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SAS S10 Rebuild/Overhaul

Reeseman wanted me to do a build thread on my truck so i figured what the hell

the truck is a '92 chevy s10, got a D30 leaf sprung SAS on it and a D35 rear

truck hasnt moved since the newbie run / toy run of 2011, been to busy making my car lower and faster

Going to be swapping in a D44 with radius arms and a 9" rear end

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78 bronco D44/9"
Full spool rear
5:13 gears
37x13x16 Boggers
Chevy 63" leaf springs
skyjacker 8" TJ Lift coils

Winching the truck onto JJ's trailer


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Old 01-22-2013, 01:24 AM
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Starting the removal


Rear end removed


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Old 01-22-2013, 01:32 AM
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63" leaf springs from a 2004 chevy 2500 HD, springs only been used for 2 months before a lift was put in, paint and bushings still mint

Pulled the pack apart and removed the overload spring and the leaf below the main leaf

Rough Idea of where its going to sit under the truck
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Old 01-22-2013, 01:39 AM
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picture of the leaf spring setup

Only took 30 mins to drop the entire front end
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still have the d30? I could use some spare parts
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Old 01-22-2013, 10:49 AM
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Sell the Cobalt
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Sell the Cobalt
Nah it's cheap and reliable.... Plus the ladies dig it
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done yet? how bout now? done yet?





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now?









hmmmm? done yet????
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done yet? how bout now? done yet?





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done yet?









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hmmmm? done yet????
Just waiting for a few parts for the front, rear will be mocked up and put in this weekend
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For what its worth,
go to JC whitney or Wild horses 4x4.
Order some 7deg radius arm bushings ( bolt them to the axle, set your castor angle, then build your mounts to suit.

if you use any type of stock bushing on the axle, your radius arms are going to be in the dirt.

I can't remember, but one of the above mentioned supplieers only has a 6 deg bushing, and the other can go to 7.

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I think Lordco in mission had 7* bushings, if I remember correctly from doing Jordan's sas
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Found it.

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http://www.wildhorses4x4.com/product...s_7degree_78yr
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