Re: SPOA on a budget
For a low budget SPOA you can use regular perches, a z-link, and longer rear brake line(s). You can weld 2 vertical pieces of steel to each side and use two bolts for the lower front shock mounts. This will let you use the stock towers and still get some good articulation. You can take the front lines out of the bracket and let them dangle. You can use the stock rear lower shock mounts on top of the springs and make an upper out of a 6" wide piece of 4" angle iron with two shock studs mounted close together in the middle. You will need longer shocks for the front. Total cost should be around $250.
87 Samurai, 33" muds, SPOA, missing links, GRS1, weber, 2 1/4" exhaust, 5.13 axles and f/r lockers.