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Re: "Selling the FJ, what is the next logical step for crawling?"

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SAS Tacos are way cheaper to build than FJs because there are kits out there available. On the FJ the whole thing is a custom job. That is also why you see a lot more SAS Tacos than FJs.
Custom Job? They have the same exact front suspension as a 2nd Gen Taco. Believe me, the differences are so small, you'd never notice. Spring rates and shock valving is a bit different, and there are kits for the FJ specific too.

https://www.allprooffroad.com/truck-...as-fj-cruiser/

https://www.fjcruiserforums.com/foru...te-fj-sas.html

I'm not saying an FJC is going to be best suited to the type of wheeling you want to do but it is doable. Even on up to 42" tires.


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