Tundra sas?

Discussion in 'General Tech' started by K9guy, Oct 20, 2017.

  1. K9guy

    K9guy Well-Known Member

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    Anyone know anything about or has done a sas on a 1st gen tundra ? Best axle ? Best bolt on? Suggestion ? . I have done a few but on off roads , never on a dd.
     
  2. K9guy

    K9guy Well-Known Member

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    Really ? No one ?
     
  3. Infamous1

    Infamous1 Well-Known Member

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    DSD or PSD? I Always think wonton is the way to go.
     
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  4. CasterTroy

    CasterTroy Motarded

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    I'm thinking you don't see it for a reason
     
  5. drkelly

    drkelly Dipstick who put two vehicles on jack stands

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    I've been on this board for years. I'm pretty sure nobody on here owns a Tundra with a SAS. I suggest searching a Tundra specific forum.
     
  6. BrianGreen

    BrianGreen SSG Brian Green

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    Somebody fund it, and I’ll do mine.
     
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  7. XJsavage

    XJsavage Warlock of Zante plantation

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    I've got a spare 60 laying around and can find a 1 ton rear in minutes.
    Does somebody want to donate a Tundra?
    I'll build one and I'd probably like it enough to keep it. On top of that, I'm only seeing a small handful on Google images.
    Eh?
     
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  8. Mac5005

    Mac5005 Welding Instructor

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    Ecgs did a tundra sas in 07-08ish if I remember correctly
     
  9. XJsavage

    XJsavage Warlock of Zante plantation

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  10. ol'Jeeps

    ol'Jeeps Dirty Jeeps...Done Dirt Cheap!

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    I believe...

    Probably because mostly these things, (Tundras and Tacomas) are built out west. If they want to modify the front suspension, they generally highly modify the IFS!
    Modified IFS works very well for the most rugged kind of desert wheeling most of them do.
     
  11. K9guy

    K9guy Well-Known Member

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    Thanks for all the help guys and the weird comment from Sgt above . I fixed the problem today thanks to some research on the ol web and friend . So the issue was aftermarket axles , put yota axle back in and the problem is fixed . About to order hi angle CV boots for the inner and call it a day.
     

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