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Old 10-25-2012
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Best axles to use for an SAS on an 89 Ranger?

I want to do a SAS on my 89 4x4 extended cab. I plan on going with 4.88's on 36's but Im not sure what axles or tcase would be the best to do the swap. Any suggestions help, thank you.
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