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Taking off body and suspension lift

I am wanting to take off my 3inch body lift and 2 inch suspension lift on my 2004 ford ranger edge. How much do you guys estimate that will cost? And will it damage my truck at all?
 
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If you do it yourself it won't cost anything but parts. If you still have the original body bolts, then it won't cost you anything most likely. Paying someone else to do it is going to cost you a minimum of a few hours of labor I would imagine.

What 2" suspension lift do you have?
 
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No it wont damage your truck to put it back to stock.

Like Ryan said, what kind of 2" lift?
 
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Do you still have the original parts of your truck? You can do it by your self. Surely you will gain more in selling the lift kit you have. What brand is it by the way?
 
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