It is just too custom with too many variables for a full on complete kit. The cost itself for a coilover setup is $$$$$$$, so no one is interested. If you want, you can drop your truck off for a swap or we can fab most of the parts you need on a custom basis (coilover hoops, link mounts, arms, etc...) if you want to do the install yourself.
If youre near Chuck and AJ thats a great option, and theyve done em so they know the tricks. I also know that Offroad Solutions is working on a 3 link, with panhard kit. So if youre interested in that, call em up, bug em, tell em you want one. Oh, an tell em Brian at FROR sent ya!
Chuck, I'm interested in mainly getting the radius arms, panhard bar and axle side mounting brackets. But I'm also thinking about going with airbags/shocks instead of coilovers. I'll shoot you an email in the near future.
Brian, the ORS kit sounds like what I'm waiting for, but since I'm local to bentup, I will probably go with them. On a side note...those diamond axles make me drool. I'm actually in the market for a new rear housing. Do you know of any empty taco elcoker housings for sale?
While the cost involved may be an issue, I don't know why an experienced shop such as yours or FROR couldn't do something similar to what Calmini has done for the Xterra/Frontiers. They've developed a completely bolt on setup for SAS that only requires the purchaser to provide their own axle and only requires welding to mount the axle-end tabs for the radius arms. I know the Tacoma is at a disadvantage due to the steering setup, but with enough R&D anything is possible. I can't speak as to the quality or durability of Calmini's products, but it certainly looks well thought out in photos. Anyway, I happy to see such an interest in doing SAS on Tacomas here on the forum, so with the growing interest maybe someone will develop a "true" bolt on kit for us.
IMO there is no real advantage to a bolt-on SAS system. A modification of that magnitude is very permanent and should be welded in order to be strong and durable. Removing the IFS subframe is a permanent modification that requires torching so then why not weld on the bracketry to hang the live axle since there is no way to feasibly go back to IFS?
Mikes 3-link kit with one of Brian's axles would be ideal as far as I'm concerned. Mike has some pictures up on the ORS site of the 3-link kit for the 85-94 trucks, it looks awesome and flexes like mad! I would way rather have a 3-link with panhard than a radius arm setup anyday...