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1" & 3" Body Lifts General discussion of body lifts for the Ford Ranger.

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Old 02-22-2009
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Its like 120 for the kit and 9 for shipping if i remember correctly
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looking forward to it. how much did you end up spending with all of the shipping and all? i didnt see a final number in the thread
shipping?! whats that?

there's a summit 15 minutes away from me. they had the kit in stock :)

paid like 117 for it. and got to talk to the cutie workin behind the counter
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i was looking into getting a 3 inch BL too, and also poping in a hockey puck to get a 4 inch. lift total. but my question is, will the Steering Shaft Extensions still work with the added one inch? i have no clue what a Steering Shaft Extension looks like, so i couldnt figure it out. google didnt come up with anything for me.
After stopping at the sports store for your hockey pucks, you will need to stop at the hardware store and pick up a bunch of bolts that are an inch longer than the ones in the kit.
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planning on lifting my truck 1998 4 cylinder ranger on a 4" body lift this weekend ive only really heard of 3" body lifts not sure why i haven't heard of anything more but ive talked to my buddy and he said we can do it no problem so any advice would be greatly appreciated ill post pics after im done.
so is it done yet?
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He said he would do it Saturday. I'm waiting for the pictures
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why not got 6"?
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Both of you have coil spring suspensions. Why in the hell would you do a body lift? Why not get 3" suspension lift for cheaper then the body lift would be??
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... Are you talking to me? I have no clue about lifts, and I don't plan on you guys having to tell me, I can research that... But I thought body lifts were cheaper than suspention lifts. T least that's what I came up with when I googled it.
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Both of you have coil spring suspensions. Why in the hell would you do a body lift? Why not get 3" suspension lift for cheaper then the body lift would be??
actually body lift is cheaper then any suspension lift minus a most leveling kits..
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actually body lift is cheaper then any suspension lift minus a most leveling kits..
thats what i thought... but you tell me.
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Your not honestly doing a 4 inch body lift right?
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how about stacking 2, 3" lift springs, that should net you like 10" shouldn't it? and be just as safe as tossing a hockey puck on top of a lift block..
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