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99 3 inch body lift??????

im looking into getting a 3 inch body lift for my 99 and i would like some advice or what you guys think that have it on your 98-2001 rangers also if you could throw in some pics would be great thanks alot guys
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any one????
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try searching, its been covered over and over here.
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i just got done putting a 3inch body lift on my 99 but i dont have any pictures yet, but i know there are plenty on here if you just search around
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my buddy's 2000 4x4 that we put a body lift and 33x12.5x15s on


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04Edge...Not to sound mean, I am not tryign to start any thing..I just wanted to bring this to your attention..Lately every time you have been posting It is a negitive statement...like above.. cut the new guys some slack they are trying to learn! ..

I got my body lift for proformance Acessarys (I am a bad speller sorry) I have been very happy with it.. It was a pain in the butt to install thoe but that was mostly due to only hand tools and stubborn bolts.
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rembember vise grips, a torch n a drill will be ur best friends
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04Edge...Not to sound mean, I am not tryign to start any thing..I just wanted to bring this to your attention..Lately every time you have been posting It is a negitive statement...like above.. cut the new guys some slack they are trying to learn! ..

glad im not the only one that sees this. guess as hes gettin older in his day hes gettin miserable
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seeing as i have been on forums like this for the last 10 years and have a tad bit of common sense, if i want to find out information of something the first thing i do is "search" !

why waste band width with useless posts like above and new threads.

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Before you post a question, try and search for it. It could have been discussed previously.


so now what guys?
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o by the "04EDGE" i did search it and didnt fine many pics and was not satisfied so i did follow rule #10!!!! do you really see anybody else complaining no there being nice and giving me advice lets see if you get advice from me when you ask something ill just throw something negative out there
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try searching, its been covered over and over here.
I don't see the negativity in that sentence.

what are you talking about?
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body lift search results

https://www.ranger-forums.com/forum2...archid=1795517

over 500 threads !
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heres some things you will have to address

remounted front tow hooks to the top of the frame and re-inforced the crossmember.
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raised hitch and exhaust.
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had to re-do the entire exhaust, with stainless this time.
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the "Y" pipe i made
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something i made
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if you need help installing it let me know.
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i dont have a hitch so dont have to worry about that umm my exhaust has been cut out for now bcas im putting new exhaust on after lift
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also why dont u complain to the guys he keep posting the same thing over and over again about spindle lifts???
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who complained?

and i haven't got to them yet lmao.

where in mi do you live chris?
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coldwater michigan
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