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i'll snap some shots of my kit in a few minutes(parts installed)....better yet......somewhere has a downloadable instructions for the 01-05 PA lift. I might be able to email it....i'm looking right now for where i found it at.
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i'll snap some shots of my kit in a few minutes(parts installed)....better yet......somewhere has a downloadable instructions for the 01-05 PA lift. I might be able to email it....i'm looking right now for where i found it at.
cool as much info i can get would help
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Aight...i'll take pics tomorrow....it's gettin' dark here....and i'm busy.

But....

2" PA bodylifts are only for 83-94 Rangers.

But....

I found this on TRS....a 3" BL install on a 98.......with GREAT pics of parts....

http://www.therangerstation.com/tech..._BodyLift.html
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good detailed pics right their. honestly, iv never been a 'big' fan of BL. id rather do suspension lifts. dont want to crank the t-bars for a rough ride. thats why i thought of this 2" BL.

iono man, its just aggravating that they dont make more susp. type stuff to lift the edges.
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YEA!


I wish someone made a 6" suspension lift for a 98+ 4x4 ranger...I'd TOTALLY replace my double lift for just a suspension lift. It's stupid. But....there's not much market...it's all about full sizes.
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"all about full size" i hear ya. look at all the F-series superduties out their that are lifted with all different lifts. their like a dime-a-dozen!
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