4x2 Suspension Lift- More Expensive?
I recently contacted a business about buying 3'' spindles and Pro Comps shocks to simply raise/lift my 2wd Ranger. One of the customer service reps. contacted me via email telling me that, "I'd need more more than just the coils and shocks and leaf to raise the truck while keeping some form of handling intact." And that "Thats were the extra loot comes in. Either it comes by the spindle replacement or the coil ball joint setup." I DIDN'T think that there was this much to it, and if I have to spend what he said for the kit? Then I'll order the kit from mustang, but yeah. Is this true? I didn't think that the underside was SO different between a 4x4 and a 4x2. Not in the area of a couple hundred more just to do a simple lift, anyways.
Any help would be appreciated. I just didn't THINK it was so complicated. Forgive me for my ignorance.
"FAKE" 03 Fx2, v6 3.0L, 3in. Fabtech Spindles, 3in. Procomp AALs, 3in. Blocks, 35x12.50R15LT BFG Mud Terrains T/As on ArW 5-Spoke Wheels. 40 series Flowmaster 2.5. 03 Front/07-08 Rear Conversion. Explorer OHC. 4.10, 8.8 Axle. Bosch Icon Wiper Blades. I RACED A MINI VAN, AND WON!