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Old 02-28-2009
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3 in. lift spidles?

Hi, this is my first post here :) and I was hopin someone could help me.

I just have a stock 2005 ranger xl and i was wodering if i got 3 in. lift spindles for it if i would need anything else??

and what size tire sould i fit with that in the front and stock in the back?

also i just have the little four banger, will it slow down my truck that much?
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Don't be afraid to use the search function buddy.

But I'll be nice and answer these.

If you got 3" lift spindles, you'd want to put a bigger block in the rear, OR install Chevy Drop shackles (which lift the Ranger 2-ish inches), OR do an AAL (ADD-A-LEAF).

You could fit 32's just fine.

It will slow it down, but you'll only notice if you go from like a 235 sized tire up to a 32 or something like that. Not THAT much of a difference. Look around some more, research up, you'll find everything you need.
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