Some customers like to put together their own SAS kits to lift their first-generation Tacoma, but they all have trouble finding the right parts to link their steering to an IFS Steering Box. By popular demand, we took the same steering parts we use in our own SAS kit and have put together this Tacoma SAS Steering Kit to take the guesswork out of making your own Tacoma steering linkage.
Note: This kit requires a solid-axle swap and IFS steering box.
Universal Double-D telescoping, heat-treated steel steering shaft. This shaft adjusts from 21" to 27". The shaft can also be cut down to your desired length.
Tacoma SAS Steering Shaft, 130084-1-KIT
OEM Replacement Steering Shaft Seal. Fits into the Tacoma Firewall and other stock Toyota applications.
Tacoma Steering Shaft Seal, 301061-1-KIT
Heat-treated steel U-joints used with our Tacoma SAS Steering Shaft.
When doing a solid axle conversion on a Tacoma, you are required to remove the OEM rack and pinion steering system, which leaves a large hole in your firewall. Our Tacoma firewall plate fills that hole and bolts into the OEM fastener locations. This kit takes all the work out of this area of the project and cuts a 2 hour job down to 10 minutes.
If you need guidance, please see the Tacoma SAS Kit instructions, starting at step 102.
Tacoma Firewall Kit, 130092-1-KIT