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I am thinking about doing my SAS sooner than expected...as in next summer. I was wanting some opinions on springs. My plan would be to use the complete Allpro kit(my first SAS...it needs to be basically bolt on). I was also wanting to flip the front hanger out so as to move my axle forward. Here is the only kicker. I only need/want about 3" of lift right now. When I have the time and another DD, I plan to swap to rear leaves and run 35's or 37's,but for now my 33's will do. So my question is, what is the best rout to go? Custom Alcan's? Anything else? I am willing to save my penies to get the best, so tell me what I need. My truck is a 91 4Runner. Also, I woulda searched, but I didn't have a clue what to search for. Thanks. <IMG SRC="smilies/beer.gif" border="0">
 

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use the ap 4" leafs and take the bottom spring out. I think that'll work, and you can add it back later. and the ap kit is not bolt on.
 

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I didn't mean actual "bolt on". Imeant easy compared to making your own. Thanks though!
 

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from what i've gathered researching the same thing, you'll probably want to use standard crossover instead of all-pro's Hy-steer. what are you doing with the back? leaving it coiled with the 3" downey kit?

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Originally posted by jht3:
<STRONG>from what i've gathered researching the same thing, you'll probably want to use standard crossover instead of all-pro's Hy-steer. what are you doing with the back? leaving it coiled with the 3" downey kit?

James</STRONG>
It all depends on how you set up the buckets, and how much spring arch you have for highsteer
 
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