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Old 01-22-2009
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I've done some digging and let's see...

The leaf I used was the middle one (of three). I just put it where it fit in with the rest of the Waggy's, length wise.

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This was before I had the driveshaft in, it still had the Waggy d44 and 35" Boggers. I was impressed with what it would do with just the locker in the rear, still nothing compared to 4x4.

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This was around the New Year, and how it currently looks, that's all I have that's current.

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sir im goin to say..bad assery ...if thats a word...yall reckon?
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Thanks!
i have my old leaves sitting around, the AAL will go in my new rear pack, and I'll put the middle one in my front back.

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its a word.. just checked
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What size tires you running now?
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Im not going to let you get away without posting some pics. Im bummed i didnt see this origianlly, cause alot of the first pics are gone and i would love to see how you did you hangers and set up the steering. Please just do us all a favor and crawl underneath witha digi and take a ton of pics and post them all, we want to see what you already know.
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I found this thread again looking up info on a SAS and im bummed that we dont have any pics of the hangers and steering set up. This is what im planning on doing and the more info the better.
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I choose my set-up based off of this thread and also from Matts (now sold) SAS ranger. Both of these guys used 7 leaf waggy packs. Matt put the hangars in the front and Nate put the hangers in the rear. There are pros and cons to both setups. If you wanted to lift it higher than you could use Rancho 4044 2.5" lift packs/springs.
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