this is all i could find probably what you were talkin about
Refering to the above: you measure from the ground to the bottom tip of the spindle (inset drawing) which is measurement (1) and from the ground to the center of the forward lower a-arm pivot which is measurement (3).
From this, subtract (1) from (3) to get measurement (2) which is "ride height" by the Ford spec.
Front new vehicles with less than 500 miles: 113 mm (4.52 in) +/- 11 mm (0.44 in)
Front with original parts after 500 miles: 101 mm (4.04 in) +/- 11 mm (0.44 in)
Front with replacement parts: 113 mm (4.52 in) +/- 3 mm (0.12 in)
Notice that the "original" parts are allowed more tolerance than replacement parts -- don't know what that is about.
Those specs are from the 2002 Ford Ranger workshop manual.
my tbar ajuster bolt is maxxed out and the measurement is exactly 4" so should i replace em or theyll be fine
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