I have one! It is true, I have 33's on my truck, SASed, and it looks good. Could do 35's, but don't need to. For the steering, get an IFS (4wd) steering box and do crossover steering. the arch on the 2wd trucks is similar to the factory solid axle trucks, so you can get more stuff under there and still have clearance. I still use my 2wd oil pan, and I have not had issues. I think the front springs are a 3" lift for an '83 truck (got my axles from an 83). The other thing you'll need is a tranny with a t-case on it, replacement rear axle to get the 8" ring gear and 6 lug pattern, and driveshafts. Basically, everything under the frame gets replaced. Not a bad time to go through and do rust prevention things. Let me know if you want pics, I'll be happy to post them. There are a few on my website . Enjoy!
-------------------- 1986 Toyota Pickup extracab longbed "Woody edition", No longer 2wd!
SAS - 33's, 5.29's, lockright rear
SR5 guage cluster - glowing red.
94 2wd v6 - my "DD"
04 Outback Wagon- wife's/family car
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