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Old 04-25-2012
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Very cool! Thanks for the info.
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did you narrow the axles? i'm looking at 79 bronco axles
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did you narrow the axles? i'm looking at 79 bronco axles
No I kept them full width. My axle is from a 79 f250.
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Just a small update. Got some outrigger mounts from ruffstuff. Been wanting to redo my front rear shackle mounts for a while now so last week i installed the mounts and gave the shackles a better angle while i was at it.

It did lower the front alittle, but the ride is alot better.
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Love it.

What did you do for brake lines? As far as ABS is concerned?
dont think ive seen any SAS truck with ABS.






Nice though, love the look!.
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What steering shaft is that?

New shackle setup looks good.
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What steering shaft is that?

New shackle setup looks good.
thanks, Its a 26" telescoping shaft with a flaming river 3/4 x3/4 DD joint on the cab side and a
1" DD x 11/16 36 spline for the toyota box that i used. Hope this helps. i can give the part # for the u-joints if u need them. For the Steering brace i used a steering shaft support and made my own mount.
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