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Old 12-19-2014
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I have a 89' 2WD Ranger. Does anyone Z the frames to lower the front of these trucks? Also, I have a friend who cuts the I Beam of the RWD just inboard of the Balljoints and moves the point of contact of the pieces and welds and adds Gussets to make safe and has yet to have an issue with this at all as he states.
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Old 12-20-2014
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they usually cut and turn the beams a bit for lift on a 4wd, but i never heard of it for a 2wd ro drop,, they sell beams that are made for drop,

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