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

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Old 04-24-2010
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need help bad!!!!!!

ok so i got my back lift block in the passenger side right, however im having a problem with the driver front. the driver front wont line up correctly with the bushing. im having such a hard time!!!! anyone can you help me figure out what to do??? also what are the places you used to jack up the truck??? cause im having to use 6 pieces of wood to get it high enough to put the block in... help!!! please
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You doing a body lift?
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This is the bf, he posted this question in another thread
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yes im doing a body lift, can you guys help??
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I've never done a BL, hopefully someone who has will see this
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SOAB!!!!!! lol
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ive done a 3 inch body lift on mine, and i didnt have any problems getting the blocks under it. what brand did you go with you may have got a bad kit, i went with the PA and had no problems. as for jacking the truck up, are you using a hydraulic jack?
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i used a wooden block right on the frame that holds the step bars.did you check the bolts on your passenger side and line it up in the right way ? cuz i took all my bolts out before i installed the pucks on my 3' bl ..i had the same problem and took the bolt out and redid my whole cab and got everything lined up ..but i started with my drivers side first ..not like it matters which side u start off with ..
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Try shining a light through the holes to help you line it up?
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