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Does anyone happen to know the average cost of doing
a solid axle swap trough NSOR for a Dodge dakota or
Chevy S10??

or even just the average cost of any SAS, any info would be
appreciated

thanks
 

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It depends on your resources and how good you are at wrenching.

I paid $350 for the axle and stuff,$60 misc parts=cheap
 

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I had a dakota, wanted to lift it. Then I realized it was cheaper(and better) to buy a toyota

(not raggin on your truck I loved my dakota)
 

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Dan Martz said:
I had a dakota, wanted to lift it. Then I realized it was cheaper(and better) to buy a toyota

(not raggin on your truck I loved my dakota)
Craig helped Shawn (Sean?) (both were at the WV trip) put a Dana 44 in the front of his Dakota.

It looked to be a lot of fabbing, a lot of parts, a lot of experimenting, and I bet a lot of money still, even though it was not done by a shop

 

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I heard the guy at BC shock and strut will do a SAS for cheap if you supply the axle and other hardware..
 

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how cheap will they do it for TOYZ?? do you know
 
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