Solid Axle Swaps General discussion of solid axle swaps for the Ford Ranger.

could these work?

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could these work?

Hey guys, ive been thinking about doing a SAS for a long time now and when searching craigslist i cam across this, will it work for me?
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http://up.craigslist.org/pts/2720095569.html
 
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No its passenger side drop.
 
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Ok thanks, time to keep looking i guess..... its either a sas or a v8 swap, i dont know which one is easier
 
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trail gear makes a drivers side drop housing. there a little expensive but Toyota axles are strong and have tons of aftermarket support. If I would have found this housing when i did my sas I'd be running Yoda axles.
 
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Yeah rock assualt yoda axles are a good idea. They are perfect. Easy to rebuild and service.
 
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