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Old 03-06-2012
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98-00 body lift... Question

What did the guys that used the 98-00 3 inch body lift on the new rangers use for the filler neck?

Could you post pictures of what you used?

I'll be installing the body lift this weekend

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Im not sure about newer rangers, but on my 2000 I did not have to extend the filler neck.
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the pipe for the extension needs to be changed thats about it. just go to the store and find the appropriate diameter. Idk what it is tho lol
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the pipe for the extension needs to be changed thats about it. just go to the store and find the appropriate diameter. Idk what it is tho lol

Thanks that's what I needed to know
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no problem, good luck!
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Shouldn't be to bad I've put the one inch body lift on myself.... wish I put the three inch first lol
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yeah well for the 1" u don't have to extend anything or worry about unclipping lines so its less time consuming lol but yeah, its not bad at all.
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Shouldn't be to bad I've put the one inch body lift on myself.... wish I put the three inch first lol
Like he stated, for my 06 I just went and bought like a 3 or 4 inch long pipe that was the diameter of the rubber gas neck. Cut the neck in half and put the pipe in there, squeeze the rubber over each end and used the clamps in the **** to make sure it didnt come lose.

For the breather it should still be long enough to not need extending, it still barely fit, or atleast mind did.
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