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Old 10-13-2009, 09:45 PM
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Who can SAS my rig?!

I am going to be in need of someone to do the welding for me, at a decent price, anybody have "a guy"?, or anybody willing to do it I'll have all the parts ready to go just going to need a charge price so i can save up some money for it!
and if nobody will do it for a decent price i'll have to buy a welder and do it myself!
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Old 10-13-2009, 09:49 PM
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and by the way, the swap will happen maybe in a moth and a half or so.
and it'll be leaf springs. possibly rears up front, and im going to need driveline work, and its either an 82 or 83 housing, any help would be appreciated!

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Old 10-14-2009, 07:51 AM
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The most cost effective way would be to have someone weld on the front hanger for you. Then you can take the rig back home and do the labor intensive cutting and installing the rest of the parts.

You could inquire with Sonoran Steel in Tempe about having this done.
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buy a welder and do it yourself ....

If I had the time and room, that is what I'd be doing.
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im thinking of going with the weld and do it myself, or have someone weld and me install and hack like westy44runner metioned.
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You can go to "Harbor Fright" and get a cheap welder and do all the welding your self.
Just get some scrap metal practice a bit and dive in................have fun!
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Do you have experience with welding? Let that be the deciding factor in things. If you are new at it and plan on starting within a short time frame then i would save up and let a pro do it. Give yourself that piece of mind.
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