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    SAS on a skid....

    It doesn't get much easier. Here's everything you need, minus shocks & brakelines....



    I bought this axle awhile back, from a guy that was upgrading to a Dana 60 in his full-size Blazer (trail rig only). It was completely rebuilt, and he ran it on the trail for a total of three 1-day excursions...the third trip which resulted in a broken u-joint on the passenger-side. This also screwed up the outer chromoly shaft. I replaced the u-joint on that side with a new Spicer one, and also swapped the mangled outer shaft for a used GM one from my stockpile. I swapped the drivers-side outer shaft also, just so they matched. This was an 8-lug, 3/4-ton axle with Corp 10b knuckles...all of which has been replaced with Dana flat-tops and 6-lug hubs. It now has chromo inner shafts and Spicer outer shafts. I bought it simply because its already set-up for an H3...4.56 gears and an E-locker. Its in fantastic shape, and it would be perfect for somebody looking for a budget SAS.

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    AXLE:
    GM 3/4-ton Corp 10 bolt. Large tube/low pinion
    Eaton E-locker
    Yukon 4.56 gears (no re-gear required for 5-cylinders!!)
    Stock GM cover
    Stock Spicer yoke
    Fresh diff bearings (under 100 miles)
    THORparts 3-link H3 brackets, fully welded (lower links, shocks, springs, upper link tower, and track-bar)
    Yukon Chromoly inner shafts - 30 spline
    Stock Spicer outer shafts - 19 spline
    Fresh Moog ball joints
    New Spicer u-joint on passenger side
    Dana 44 flat-top knuckles - milled, drilled, & tapped
    Stock Steering arm studs, cones, & nuts
    THORparts ABS hubs and caliper mounts - 6 lug with metric studs
    New Timken hub-bearings (GM large)
    Stock Spicer spindles (GM large)
    Used Warn lock-outs
    Fresh hub seals & spindle seals

    SUSPENSION:

    THORparts frame plates
    THORparts adjustable coil buckets & (4) capture plates
    Ballistic Fab adjustable shock towers
    Super lift JK +6" springs
    THORparts link bars (2" x .250" wall DOM), pre-welded
    Ballistic Fab creeper joints & bushings on each link (with jam nuts)
    Ruffstuff lower frame link mounts & upper frame mount
    Ballistic Fab track-bar mount (inboard)
    Track bar (1.5" x .250" wall DOM), cut & welded by installer
    Heim joints on track bar (with weld bungs & jam nuts)
    All hardware

    STEERING:

    Nissan Xterra box, rebuilt & ported by WTO *
    Nissan Xterra pitman arm, re-tapered for 1-ton GM DRE
    Billet passenger-side crossover steering arm
    Tie rod (1.5" x .250" wall DOM), pre-welded
    GM 1-ton TREs
    Drag link (1.5" x .250" wall DOM), cut & welded by installer
    GM 1-ton DREs (with weld bungs & jam nuts)
    Hydraulic hoses to/from box
    Sleeves for box mount, cut & welded by installer
    Adapter fittings for GM power-steering pump to hydraulic hoses

    *Ram assist available for $250 extra (includes ram, hoses, brackets & tie-rod clamp).

    SHOCKS, BUMPSTOPS, & BRAKE LINES NOT INCLUDED! (Must be sized after installation)
    REAR LIFT NOT INCLUDED!
    (SOA with stock leafs is recommended)
    REQUIRES YOUR H3 CALIPERS, ROTORS, AND ABS SENSORS!

    $4700.00

    I have many more similar axles on deck (all Dana 44s), and I will be selling them off throughout this year. Prices vary depending on the build.
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    Nice!!

    Could you make that e-locker work with the existing locker controls on the newer adventure package trucks?
    2009 Hummer H3 Championship Edition, 6 speed auto , 35" Discoverer STT Pro, powdercoated oem wheels, Black Widow dual exhaust, Bilstein 5160's front, 5100's rear, Safari Snorkel, Projector Headlights, LED Fog Lights, remote start, blacked out trim, oem rock sliders, Knight Metal Works Expedition roof rack with 4 6x9 KC's, 2 mounted ammo boxes, hi-lift mount, and tie downs, Knight Metal Works Undercarriage protection, Tomp low profile rear leaf spring plates


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    Nice job. Good deal I would be all over that if I didn't already have it.

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    H3Slate...yes, if you're Hummer came with a front e-locker then its even easier. You simply connect the pigtail to the switch & relay that GM has already supplied for you. Gfbh3t has an 09, and his SAS locker is wired up the same way. If you have an 06-08, you will need to wire up the locker with a typical switch/relay rig...not difficult.

    Gfbh3t...this is a "poor mans" version of your axle. I scored the entire axle for less than what just the Eaton locker costs. I think the guy was in a jamb (trying to pay for his Dana 60) so I just happened to come along with cash at the right time. It was essentially all brand new, and had almost zero miles on it. The gears, bearings, E-locker, set-up, and shafts cost $2500...so I got quite a discount. Figured I would pass it on to a fellow SAS'er. If it doesn't sell...I'll probably pick-up a mall-crawler, install the conversion, and re-sell the finished truck (or keep it for myself!)

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    Damn, if the H3 wasn't the wife's vehicle I would be all over this. Wonder if she would notice..........
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    Damn I just did the Rancho lift less than a month ago and now I'm broke... Wish this was available earlier


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    I've had SAS crap everywhere for the last couple of years....sorry. It's nothing new around here...only new that I finally announced a kit! I wanted to do a few and get things perfected.
    I got a buyer for that Rancho if u want to go solid.

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    Man oh man I wish there was more wheelin' on the island to justify this

    Looks like a great kit!


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    Just remember...you're wheeling on eggshells. You're only two IFS rebuilds away from fixing it for good!

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    Oh I'm so tempted.
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    I love the products and kits you are putting out there for Hummer owners. It's tax time y'all, save up your $$$!

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    Wow, that is tempting. I need to get moved into the new place first. But the wife is talking about a newer car and I get her old drivers.
    2007 Hummer H3, 3.7L, auto trans, adventure transfer case. Rear locker.
    315/75R16 Nitto trail grappers, Thor parts frt/rr bumpers, 10,500lb winch, OEM rock rails, ucp, rear disconnects, blah, blah, ect.

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    My shop currently looks like the 757 line at Boeing....got a bunch of these lined up. I am out of room and really need more space for this type of work.

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    Gday mate I tried sending you a private message but your inbox is full.

    i am looking at sasing a h3 over here in Australia but we don't have access to the passenger 44 you use in these swaps. What would a complete 44 with 4.56 ratio with your abs kit and rhd knuckles no mounts be worth?

    cheers, matt

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    SOLD.


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