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Old 07-16-2012, 03:01 PM   #1 (permalink)
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85-84 4runners are expensive .
how hard are 89-86 4runners to sas?
what is different aside from the ifs?
we already have a donor 81 toyota pickup

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86-95 4runners are not very hard to sas, same as the pickups. Aside from the ifs, the front frame humps are a little different, the IFS frame with an sas will end up a couple inches taller than a SFA frame or 2wd frame.

Do not toss all of your IFS parts. The IFS axles are wider, so to make the 81 front match the width of the rear, use the IFS hubs and brake calipers, it is easy to convert to tacoma slip on rotors as well If you go to high steer, you will need to use the IFS steering box as well.

Rear up in the Toyota Bible/faq for tons more info.
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86-95 4runners are not very hard to sas, same as the pickups. Aside from the ifs, the front frame humps are a little different, the IFS frame with an sas will end up a couple inches taller than a SFA frame or 2wd frame.

Do not toss all of your IFS parts. The IFS axles are wider, so to make the 81 front match the width of the rear, use the IFS hubs and brake calipers, it is easy to convert to tacoma slip on rotors as well If you go to high steer, you will need to use the IFS steering box as well.

Rear up in the Toyota Bible/faq for tons more info.
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And sell off the rest of the ifs for more money in the budget and a lot of cut off wheels and grinding disks cause your gonna need them

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And sell off the rest of the ifs for more money in the budget and a lot of cut off wheels and grinding disks cause your gonna need them
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EFI is worth it when compairing doing a SAS..... even on a factory straight axle truck you pretty much do a SAS to get the better front hanger (ok you dont have to drill shackle holes in the frame)
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