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I wonder why no one else has asked ever asked that question on this site? I'm bewildered.
 

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Yes, Jeffs Bronco Graveyard sells one. It's way over priced though. And From what I've heard it's not that great of a kit. Unless your going for a street truck or maybe a show truck.

You'll get a better kit if you just buy the parts seperatly.
 

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Yes more research is what you need..

also while we're on the topic of research, why do you want to go SAS? are you going to run 1 tons? more than 6" of lift? what sort of use do you have in mind for the truck? it's likely that you'd actually be better off with the TTB than a SAS... depending of course on how you plan to wheel the truck.

(thats right, i said TTB is better for many things)
 

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Without getting into the details I (BroncoAir) have been researching this for quite a while. As with all intricate products, it takes time and alot of thinking, trial and error etc. to do something right. It's tough but I think we are getting closer to a very cool solution. Problem, as always; can it be done for a price people are willing to pay. As many of you know we don't do things unless they are of the highes quality and function. Unfortunatly that usually comes with a price.
 

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Yes more research is what you need..

also while we're on the topic of research, why do you want to go SAS? are you going to run 1 tons? more than 6" of lift? what sort of use do you have in mind for the truck? it's likely that you'd actually be better off with the TTB than a SAS... depending of course on how you plan to wheel the truck.

(thats right, i said TTB is better for many things)
How dare you!!!! :twak :haha
 

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How dare you!!!! :twak :haha
Baja. Unless your name is "Moss Brothers", getting a solid front axle to behave properly in the sand is a royal pain in the ass from what I've heard. :thumbup
 

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i want a relaible daily driver as well as being able to take it in the woods and i want it big like 8 or 10"s of lift and i do want to run 1 ton running gear
 
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