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correct, not built or delivered.
They don't come up in the parts system until sometime between build and delivery. I'll keep on the list and check later.
 

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2d BL with 2.3, non-SAS without tow - 1FMDE5CH4MLA74054
@flip I want to update my standard badlands above to SAS. Have the shock part #s, What spring codes should I use for a 2dr BL 2.3 auto with SAS?

Currently have these on the truck. Wondering If I can re-use the rear "F" springs
F/R MB3Z-5310-J/MB3Z-5560-F
 
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@flip I want to update my standard badlands above to SAS. Have the shock part #s, What spring codes should I use for a 2dr BL 2.3 auto with SAS?

Currently have these on the truck. Wondering If I can re-use the rear "F" springs
F/R MB3Z-5310-J/MB3Z-5560-F
I don't have the recipe for a 2d, 2.3 with factory SAS yet but the rear is good for sure. For front, I'm showing a -F for a 2.7 without tow and -L 2.7 with tow. If you can find a member with a 2d, 2.3 SAS, either trans, I can look it up to verify.
 

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@flip I want to update my standard badlands above to SAS. Have the shock part #s, What spring codes should I use for a 2dr BL 2.3 auto with SAS?

Currently have these on the truck. Wondering If I can re-use the rear "F" springs
F/R MB3Z-5310-J/MB3Z-5560-F
It does seem like many use the F springs in the rear (For example, the SAS OBX and Non-Sas BL 2 doors have both had these springs fitted). The F Spring seems like a pretty safe default and I believe that I have even seen them on many 4 door configurations.

@webspoke, why would you want to decrease your available articulation, this seems like a downgrade, not an upgrade to me. The standard badlands suspension has about 4% more articulation over the Sasquatch, you would be better off with a 2/3" spacer on the lower shock mounts.
 

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I don't have the recipe for a 2d, 2.3 with factory SAS yet but the rear is good for sure. For front, I'm showing a -F for a 2.7 without tow and -L 2.7 with tow. If you can find a member with a 2d, 2.3 SAS, either trans, I can look it up to verify.
I have a VIN for a 2-door Badlands, 2.3, 7MT, Sasquatch, and Tow, but it's not yet built. However, I'm happy to provide the VIN if you would like.
 
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