What do you need to do? Save up $1000-$1500 depending on your jeep and abilities, not including wheels and tires or lockers and regearing the axles. Read as many SOA build threads and web sites as you can find. Write a list of parts needed for your build and stick to it, pay close attn to axles and steering. Learn to weld, buy a welder, and be mechanically inclined.
A lot more to an SOA than just flipping the axle to the bottom of the springs. Axle upgrades, re gearing the diffs, steering, fab parts, drive line issues, etc. Its simple at first, untill you go to do it, then it can easily turn into pandoras box if your not prepared for what has to be done. The devil is in the details. Do your research and do it right the first time. SOA is not cheap, easy nor fast.
My SOA Build
Recovery Gear Basics
My BUDGET York OBA Install
Budget Welding Cart
Carling Contura Switch Panel
If it has tracks, tires or tits, its gonna cause a problem.
"Everytime someone "upgrades" a D35, an angel looses its wings."
"Dizzy" - What SnoopDog would call a Distributor if he was a mechanic. I cringe every time I hear this moronic term
Originally Posted by Warren Zevon
Send lawyers, guns and money. The **** has hit the fan...
92, 4.0, AW4, 8.8, D30, 15x10, 37's, SOA etc, etc
92, 2.5, 30, 8.8, 4.88, Locked, Winch, 15x8, 35's, 3.5" (RIP)