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Looking for advice on a SAS swap on a 2000 suzuki GV
 
 PostPosted: Tue Jan 17, 2017 7:49 pm 

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I currently have a 2000 suzuki GV 4x4 2.5 v6 lifted 2 inches and I'm wanting to to go with a SAS possibly Dana 44 or yota axles I can ether on pretty cheap. I am mostly looking for help trying to find all the brackets to mount coil springs, and 4 links front and rear.


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 PostPosted: Tue Jan 17, 2017 8:45 pm 

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Welcome!
What size tires are you planning on running?
How much lift?
Hydro steering or mechanical?


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 PostPosted: Tue Jan 17, 2017 8:47 pm 

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alex456123 wrote:
Welcome!
What size tires are you planning on running?
How much lift?
Hydro steering or mechanical?




35's and mechanical for right now probably 5-6 inches


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 PostPosted: Tue Jan 17, 2017 10:22 pm 

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Jucie09 wrote:
alex456123 wrote:
Welcome!
What size tires are you planning on running?
How much lift?
Hydro steering or mechanical?




35's and mechanical for right now probably 5-6 inches


If you are going mechanical you can't really do a 4 link up front. You will get a ton of bump steer, so much it will be undrivable at speed.
Plus 4 link suspensions are hard to package in the front. Do some research on 3 link and radius arm suspensions for the front. They will perform way better and be easier to package in your application.


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alex456123 wrote:
Jucie09 wrote:
alex456123 wrote:
Welcome!
What size tires are you planning on running?
How much lift?
Hydro steering or mechanical?




35's and mechanical for right now probably 5-6 inches


If you are going mechanical you can't really do a 4 link up front. You will get a ton of bump steer, so much it will be undrivable at speed.
Plus 4 link suspensions are hard to package in the front. Do some research on 3 link and radius arm suspensions for the front. They will perform way better and be easier to package in your application.
alex456123 wrote:
Jucie09 wrote:
alex456123 wrote:
Welcome!
What size tires are you planning on running?
How much lift?
Hydro steering or mechanical?




35's and mechanical for right now probably 5-6 inches


If you are going mechanical you can't really do a 4 link up front. You will get a ton of bump steer, so much it will be undrivable at speed.
Plus 4 link suspensions are hard to package in the front. Do some research on 3 link and radius arm suspensions for the front. They will perform way better and be easier to package in your application.





Alright thanks


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 PostPosted: Wed Jan 18, 2017 1:38 am 

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As for the brackets and whatnot, there are a few sites that sell them.
Off-road anonymous, ruffstuff specialities, Barnes 4wd, ect.


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 PostPosted: Wed Jan 18, 2017 3:32 am 

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alex456123 wrote:
As for the brackets and whatnot, there are a few sites that sell them.
Off-road anonymous, ruffstuff specialities, Barnes 4wd, ect.
alex456123 wrote:
As for the brackets and whatnot, there are a few sites that sell them.
Off-road anonymous, ruffstuff specialities, Barnes 4wd, ect.




Awesome thanks


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