so i bent a leave spring today i have the rustys 4inch with 1 1/4 shackels. so icalled rustys and they want me to ship it back to them. so im thinking about doing soa. im buying a sye kit and doing the ford explorer front shaft. i have a brand new set of stock leaves. i only thing im unsure about is the steering i just bought the rustys steering so thats new. so need some helpp
i am using the jb4x4 bracket with stock pitman arm but have terrible bump steer. i have a drop pitman arm i am going to add...hopefully that will help some but i am sure with your set up the jb4x4 bracket will do the job just fine!!
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There is a little more to SOAs than just flipping the springs. To do it right, as far as what most would consider 'right', you'll likely need a trac bar in the rear to prevent axle wrap... and crossover steering tends to be the prefered system. All this takes a little more $$$, but it all depends on what you want in the end.
'92 YJ, 4.0, 5sp, 8.8, Tera 4-1, SYE, BDS 5" on 35's. 4.56 locked F&R. <><
'05 LJR, 6" long arm lift, 5.13's w/37 MTR's.
I'm gonna run stock springs and ihave a droped pitman arm and a transfer vase lowering kit so I just realy need steering ideas.
extended brake lines
extended front DS
extended drag link
double cv DS for the rear
new spring perches
SYE, installed or DIY
close to $1000.00
lots of time if you are doing it yourself
the only real thing i need as of now is sye and driveshafts spring perchs are noting. shocks i have preety long shocks as of now there for 7inchs of lift. and the track bar you mean 5th link right? i was looking at these pieces you put on the spindels so you can flip the tie rod ends.i havent realy heard alot about them.
I ran my SOA for a while with stock springs and an add-a-leaf with the stock steering setup plus the drop pitman but dropped the dampener. You can grind off the stock shock mounts and reweld them on pretty easily. I was running 35's with 3.07 gears in the open d30/35s and didn't need a traction bar because it was so long legged. I went full high steer when I went with 3.5" lift springs and built a D44 front for the beast this winter. I was SUA for alot of years then went SOA and have never looked down.... errr back. Good luck and post some good pictures!
yes it is... but you can run the stock steering with a dropped pitman arm? did you have bump steer at all? this is the only thing that worrys me right now i bought the rustys steering setup in feb it was 250 so i dont realy wanna get rid of it yet. and how bout the track and sway bars i dont have them any more?