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Anyone in Ohio(cincinnati area) Have experience and tools to do SAS

Im really interested in doing this and would need some help and maybe some equipment? Be williing to shell out some cash if you know what your doing. Otherwise Id have to go through some rock crawler guys I know. They are busy with their own **** for the most part. Just thought Id ask.
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there is going to be a guy in Georgia in a few years that would be happy to help you im sure..

i would collect all the parts first.
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If your talking about Jay didnt he move to Cali?
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hence the in a few years.. :)
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Yeah Jey, last i heard he was moving back.
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yeah Jay is here now, but once he graduates he will be moving back
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Georgia, maybe you missed where I said Ohio?
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lol i didnt miss it.

i dont know anyone in ohio, that is as close as i could help
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ok, i thought you guys were just being smartasses. No biggy
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I live in Cincinnati as well, if we had more cincy members itd be nice to arrange a meet.
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cinci is like 90 minutes for me i think
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i was born/raised in cincy, does that count?


i used to know a offroad shop in my hometown, but it lasted 6months
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ill work for beer lol
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Ill pay beer for work!!
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well then let get it done
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Well, how about this for an option. You bring it up here, to Columbus, and we work on it in the shop, right along side our 129" rail. (Which, when I finally get around to it I will have pics up. Its got a 383SB with Brodix 11x heads, a Weiand 681 underdrive, and of, course, a nice big bottle. All this is mated to a strange diff. last test showed 1275HP. We are figuring low 6's)

Anyway, let me know, and I will get it arranged. Probably looking end of Feb before we can clear the rack off, tho.
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Well, how about this for an option. You bring it up here, to Columbus, and we work on it in the shop, right along side our 129" rail. (Which, when I finally get around to it I will have pics up. Its got a 383SB with Brodix 11x heads, a Weiand 681 underdrive, and of, course, a nice big bottle. All this is mated to a strange diff. last test showed 1275HP. We are figuring low 6's)

Anyway, let me know, and I will get it arranged. Probably looking end of Feb before we can clear the rack off, tho.
Yah i wont have all the parts for a while. Have you done an SAS swap before? Know much about this deal. Im tryin to learn as much as i can.
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have you looked in my thread? what about jeys thread? or the one for brenton?

there are atleast 10-15 threads that do into detail about the swap and what parts to use.

they are all on this site.
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Yah , i was just checking to see if anyone in my area was willing to give a hand or a watchful eye.
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