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post #1 of (permalink) Old 10-07-2003, 03:32 PM
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Going SOA

Ive finally made up my mind. Im going SOA. I got a Full-Traction SOA kit for cheap from a friend of mine. He sold his Jeep before he ever got to put it on. Now I am stockpiling parts that I will need. Am I missing anything? The kit comes with a pitman arm, spring plates, swaybar discos, and some other odds and ends.

I need-

U Bolts
CV driveshaft
Some sort of tractionbar to prevent wheel hop
I have shocks for 4in of lift- will they work?

This is all that I can think of but im sure I am forgetting something.
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post #2 of (permalink) Old 10-07-2003, 08:46 PM
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Re: Going SOA

Bump- How bout some input?
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Re: Going SOA

Hi-Steering. The 4" drop pitman did not cut it for me.
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Re: Going SOA

I don't know I ran the 4" drop arm with the stock Dana 30 tiped up a couple of degress and it worked fine, and maybe 1-1.5" lift springs.
Tracked stright and steered well even at 65-70
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