Need Leaf Replacements... Complicated though
Ok, so here is the issue.
I helped a guy install a lift on a '07 Jeep and got his springs and shocks, so I am going to try and put those up in the front of my 94 Ranger 2WD. They should just drop right in. HOWEVER, I have a small issue with the rear. My driver side Leaf is completely flat and the Pass. is on it's way. 14 years of service is not bad, but I need a replacement set, with bushings! Now the tricky part. I should get "about" 2 inches of lift in the front from those springs. So I need to match it in the rear WITHOUT BLOCKS. Will XJ (Jeep Cherokee) leafs bolt right in to our rangers or do they require work? If they require work, I will need to go another route. I am up for suggestions, but I need this done quick. I might as well have the axle bolted to the frame, it is so bad. I have the rear shocks out of RangerXLT85's truck from his lift this weekend. His truck is a 2000 Ranger 4x4 so I know that getting the "lift" in the rear will be fine, that his shocks are long enough to work. Please Help, Thanks!
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