Originally Posted by -spilly
Your an idiot if you think you can sas for less than $2000... Either do a body lift, torsion bar crank and shackles or spend the money on a superlift and ypu could always do coilover swap like mwntioned above. Unless you plan to wheel your rig hard then dont waste time on a sas cuz if you want to do a good job it will costmuch more than $2000[/QUOTE
You think you can't sas a ranger with a d30 for less than 2 grand?
When everything adds up, no. Sure you can, if you own the tools and knowledge, get a D30 for pretty cheap and hook it up. But you need a custom dshaft usually, knowledge of angles for making ****, parts for setting up steering(plus yota steering box i think), probably some replacement parts. You should regear which'll really help axle. Costs just add up man...to build a GOOD rig it takes a little dollar.
But I do believe if you could do all the work yourself, you could get a setup that's very nice for 2000$.