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

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it says in the ****ing instructions to weld the ****ing crush sleeves in so go **** off im not a retard im saying exactly what the ****ing instructions say
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it says in the ****ing instructions to weld the ****ing crush sleeves in so go **** off im not a retard im saying exactly what the ****ing instructions say
calm down turbo most everyone doesnt weld them in cause there is no need, i guess the directions do say that idk i didnt use them much but there is no need heck you dont even need to use them if you dont want too.......
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what the hell are you welding on a body lift???????????
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the only thing that would need to be welded is the crush blocks for the bed i believe. no one does, some hardly put them on. The weight of the bed and tighten bolts will keep in in place.
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its ok with his welding it won't hold and he obviously don't know what hes talking about.
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Explain to us how you weld rubber/plastic bodylift blocks?

and you want to do a sas on your truck??? lol...........
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What body lift are you putting on? You are a moron.
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Why is a body lift question in the suspension tech section?

Maybe Downy thought he was doing a suspension lift?

Maybe Downy spoke without fully reading the OP's question?
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calm down turbo most everyone doesnt weld them in cause there is no need, i guess the directions do say that idk i didnt use them much but there is no need heck you dont even need to use them if you dont want too.......



I have every right to be pissed off because all these post tell me im ****ing wrong and a retard. when im actually right
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I have every right to be pissed off because all these post tell me im ****ing wrong and a retard. when im actually right
I tried to defend you in saying u misread what was said

so much for that I guess
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sry dude just tired of some of the people around here thinking they know everything and making people feel like they know nothing
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I think we should re-open the blow-off valve section and just rename it "lets all just b**** at each other"
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thanks for all the help guys.. I ordered my body lift tonight.
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Sweet deal!! I had a ton of fun putting my body lift on... err... helping atleast... even though it took like twice as long as it should have... haha
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I think we should re-open the blow-off valve section and just rename it "lets all just b**** at each other"
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thanks for all the help guys.. I ordered my body lift tonight.
was this thread more help or entertainment?lol i personally am amused.
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you need to do a little welding but i dont think and cutting or grinding


also they come with instructions so its pretty straight forward

only grinding is to get the front bumper raise brackets to fit right...def no welding lol

also summit racing sells body lifts with bumper brackets for the cheap, they also have intructions u can look at, if u check the ranger station there is detailed instructions with great color pics
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