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#497673 - 02/05/06 11:24 PM Re: SAS 05
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this weekend at China Wall
cool take pictures lots of pictures

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#497674 - 03/05/06 07:40 AM Re: SAS 05
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Congrats on the most Salivated over X there is...!



Only a couple of things I'd like to draw attention to though.

There is no more splash shielding for the engine and couldn't you have relocated the brake lines to follow the axle housing instead of having it out in the open ready to rip off?

Great Job though and can't wait to see what you do with it next.! [ThumbsUp]

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#497675 - 03/05/06 07:58 AM Re: SAS 05
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Originally posted by Conundrum:
Congrats on the most Salivated over X there is...!



Only a couple of things I'd like to draw attention to though.

There is no more splash shielding for the engine and couldn't you have relocated the brake lines to follow the axle housing instead of having it out in the open ready to rip off?

Great Job though and can't wait to see what you do with it next.! [ThumbsUp]
Thanks for taking notice. I talked to Cyclemut about putting a splash shield in the wheel well, but he said you will be fine the way it is. However, it wouldn't hurt to put one.

I have to go in for a checkup the weekend before moab. They still need to run my ebrake line and finish locating the other lines.

I just wanted to thank Cyclemut! If it wasn't for him, my X would have been an expensive prerunner! When we took it off the lift, 4wheel drive was NOT working (I was freaking out). However, I took it to Cyclemut and he had it working in under an hour. Thanks again bro!

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#497676 - 03/05/06 10:42 AM Re: SAS 05
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I guess you won't be taking that in for warranty repairs at the dealership anymore, eh?

Looks awesome PonyBoy!

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#497677 - 03/05/06 11:46 AM Re: SAS 05
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No problem there Jordan. Glad to help out.

Now, let's get that Xtronco on the trails, mmkay? laugh

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#497678 - 03/05/06 01:14 PM Re: SAS 05
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Props and best of luck for both of you. laugh

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#497679 - 03/05/06 02:11 PM Re: SAS 05
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Awesome rig!!!!! Wow!!!!!

I guess ill be the asshole and pony up the question....

"What did that cost to do?"

PS- Wow!!!!!!

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#497680 - 03/05/06 03:07 PM Re: SAS 05
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cycle mut, ive seen your truck... do you know if there is any possibility of doing a roll cage inside an X?

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#497681 - 03/05/06 03:23 PM Re: SAS 05
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Originally posted by xterra312002:
Awesome rig!!!!! Wow!!!!!

I guess ill be the asshole and pony up the question....

"What did that cost to do?"

PS- Wow!!!!!!

Tim
I thought I posted it, I guess I didn't.

Final Parts List
Dana 44 - Ford Bronco 78-79..........................$60
Dana 44 4.56:1 Ring and Pinion.......................$134.99
Dana 44 Master Install Kit...............................$98.99
Ford 9" - Ford Bronco 78-79............................$60
Ford 9" 4.56:1 Ring and Pinion.........................$179.99
Ford 9" Master Install Kit.................................$79.99
Bronco Monster Radius Arms - High Travel........$795
Fox 2" Coilovers - Emulsion.............................$447.90
King 300lb Coil Springs...................................$260
Rebuilt Steering Box.......................................$250
Custom Tie Rod and Drag Link.........................$300
Pittman Arm...................................................$70
Custom Front Track Bar..................................$200
Steering Shaft................................................$75
Bilistien Shocks - Rear....................................$149.90
Misc Front Axle Parts - Brakes, Lines, etc..........$100
Custom Hydraulic Steering Lines......................$100
Custom Front Bump Stops...............................$180
Custom HD CV Drive Shafts.............................$672
Custom T-Case/Tranny Mount/ Skid..................$450
Misc Parts for Rear Spring Over........................$125
Custom Front Skid Plate...................................$150

Optional:
Detroit Locker - Ford 9"...................................$499
Pro Comp Steering Stabilzer............................$38

If you want to know price on labor, I would call All Phase and see how many man hours. Now that they have done an SAS on an 05 they have a good estimate on hours.

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#497682 - 03/05/06 03:26 PM Re: SAS 05
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search for SEMA X (here or google). It had a full intterior roll cage, by I believe TWISTED TIN..

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#497683 - 03/05/06 07:20 PM Re: SAS 05
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Originally posted by MykeSm1th1:
cycle mut, ive seen your truck... do you know if there is any possibility of doing a roll cage inside an X?
Oh yeah, definately.

I think there is a bolt in unit. A good welder can make it up as well.

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#497684 - 04/05/06 09:54 AM Re: SAS 05
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If you want to know price on labor, I would call All Phase and see how many man hours. Now that they have done an SAS on an 05 they have a good estimate on hours.
How many hours did they charge you?

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#497685 - 06/05/06 08:13 AM Re: SAS 05
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That's just flat out sick! My hat's off to you and the guys at All Phase.
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#497686 - 07/05/06 05:06 PM Re: SAS 05
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Pics/vids from the off roading weekend???

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#497687 - 07/05/06 05:09 PM Re: SAS 05
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Pics/vids from the off roading weekend???
Clicky

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#497688 - 09/05/06 12:36 PM Re: SAS 05
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So how does it drive on the street?
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#497689 - 09/05/06 05:47 PM Re: SAS 05
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Now you need to take it into the dealership for a slight vibration at highway speeds, camera in hand of course to capture the jaws drop when you pull it in.

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#497690 - 09/05/06 08:09 PM Re: SAS 05
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that would be great, except for one thing...
Cyclemut is his mechanic at the dealership (he's also the mechanic for most of RMXC)...and after they've seen the PhoeniX and all the rest of our rigs, they're accustomed to bad ass rigs around there laugh

Altho, the fact that it was done to an '05 might get 'em to look twice!

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#497691 - 09/05/06 08:43 PM Re: SAS 05
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Yep, the guys at work did drop their jaws for a bit.

Then we got the 4x4 working, did an alignment and then the dog pooped in his front seats. It was a fun filled day for all. Well, excepting for poor ol' Spokes. She misses her Daddy something awefull.

Poor Spokes.

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#497692 - 09/05/06 10:19 PM Re: SAS 05
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the nissan folks trip-out when I take mine in.. I guess not that many people off road their xterras in these parts...

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#497693 - 10/05/06 07:24 AM Re: SAS 05
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... then the dog pooped in his front seats
Like the old commercial said "dogs like trucks" laugh

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#497694 - 04/06/06 10:38 AM Re: SAS 05
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Originally posted by Robinhood150:
So how does it drive on the street?
The street drive is not as bad as I thought it would be. I can't give you a true answer, since I am running IROK tires (hard to keep balanced). However, after driving Alpine's X, it compares to 1st gen SAS xterras.

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#497695 - 04/06/06 01:06 PM Re: SAS 05
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Yep it drives nice... it is just that mudders are big and hard to keep balanced.

If he had some street tires it would even be cushy! [Smoking]

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#497696 - 05/06/06 10:03 AM Re: SAS 05
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Originally posted by Robinhood150:
[b]So how does it drive on the street?
The street drive is not as bad as I thought it would be. I can't give you a true answer, since I am running IROK tires (hard to keep balanced). However, after driving Alpine's X, it compares to 1st gen SAS xterras.[/b]
Any new pictures or video of this beast in action?

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#497697 - 05/06/06 05:53 PM Re: SAS 05
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Originally posted by PonyBoy:
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Quote:
Originally posted by Robinhood150:
[b]So how does it drive on the street?
The street drive is not as bad as I thought it would be. I can't give you a true answer, since I am running IROK tires (hard to keep balanced). However, after driving Alpine's X, it compares to 1st gen SAS xterras.[/b]
Any new pictures or video of this beast in action?[/b]
Did you miss the GONE Moab pictures/videos in the Event Pictures, GONE Moab, Pictures, and Video forums?

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