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Hey guys found a d44 in an old bronco has coil over front suspension. I was wonder if this would be more technical to use for a sas since its not leaf spring. I could use jeep coils and 2 gas shocks on each side for it? the axle is in good shape and has almost all the parts except some dumbass cut the radius arms but those are easy to find. Thanks.
 

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Must not like Canadian's here, eh? :)
I think it is a good idea and place to start. I'd use some longer arms than the stock bronco ones, but why not try it?
 

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It just so happens that that is exactly what I did. However, I used the HP axle from the F100 and other models and I used coilovers instead of seperate coils and shocks like the EB has. I got some stock Bronco arms off of Ebay and cut them off. The C's were used but custom 12" longer links were made with a caster adjustment provision. The rear attach point for the radius arms was the standard Bronco bushing setup. It works well that way so don't mess with it buy using Heims or something back there because you could wind up with binding problems. I am tickled shitless with my setup. It handles great on the pavement and I get 36" of flex under any corner for off road. It handles pretty decent even with the sway bar disconnected too.
 
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