Originally Posted by Ranger1
I think that setup will be an inch or two shorter then the RCD shackle and AAL. I had over 5 , almost 6 inches more lift with the RCD then I did over stock. Your basically only talking about putting in a 4" lift spring. When I had my truck I was thinking about buying the 6" lift springs for I didn't think the 4" ones would be tall enough. I was also thinking better to be to tall in the rear then to short but thats just how I like my truck.
You could be right. Thats why in the first post i asked if the 4 inch springs with stock block would make the ride hight good. I like the rear of the truck slightly higher then the front. Deffinately not even. I think it makes it look better and then under load still looks fine because then it would be about even all the way around.
Well if i ordered the 6 inch springs and installed it with no block and its not high enough i can just add the block. It just doesnt sound right to me though needing to have to add 6 inches to the rear when its originally a 5.5 inch suspension kit. Plus you have to remember the front will sag.
2004 Ford Ranger Edge 4X4 4.0L (SOLD)
- Powertrax No-Slip
- 1" T-Bar Lift w/ 265/75R16 Super Swamper IROK's
2007 Jeep Commander 4x4 4.7 L V8 QTII
- 2" BDS Suspension Lift
- 1.25 inch Spidertrax Wheel Spacers
- JKS Rear Sway Bar Quick Disconnects
- 265/70R17 Goodyear Wrangler MT/R with Kevlar
Last edited by 4x404Edge; 07-20-2007 at 01:50 PM.