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so wich one is the choice to put on the rear of your truck? how much lift do you get from either one? looking on heading out the pick-n-pull and getting them know where there are 5 wagies to take them out of <IMG SRC="smilies/biggrin.gif" border="0"> looks like this SAS thing might happen sooner than i thought <IMG SRC="smilies/biggrin.gif" border="0">
 

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99 taco good swap.
Wagg rears are SOA not SUA like you want.the front springs are SUA and work well. rears I dunno about for lift or anything. Not much if any. fronts 3-5 depending on your hanger. Do a search in the archives under wag
 

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Originally posted by BigBadBob:
<STRONG>I'm running a dana 44 out of an 87 waggy. The axle is complete but I need u-bolts and plates. So which pnp has 5 waggys?</STRONG>
Dude, you are SASing a 99 taco!! get
new ubolts and plates!! Never reuse old ones. Especially from a pick-n-pull. Just my $0.02 <IMG SRC="smilies/smokin.gif" border="0">
 

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I have the wagoneers in the rear and my buddy has the chevy springs and they both flex the same neither one works better than the other. I would go with which ever is cheapest and available. There are some chevy cars that had long chevy spring in them also and that is what my friend runs in his they were out of a chevy Manico station wagon.
 

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Originally posted by j4x485:
<STRONG>I have the wagoneers in the rear and my buddy has the chevy springs and they both flex the same neither one works better than the other. I would go with which ever is cheapest and available. There are some chevy cars that had long chevy spring in them also and that is what my friend runs in his they were out of a chevy Manico station wagon.</STRONG>

what lift and what setup aside from the waggs. are you running in the rear?
 
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