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98-00 Body Lift on a 04 ranger

I bought a body lift off of a member on here and he claimed it was for a 01-06. Well turns out it is for a 98-00 Ranger. Will it work on my 04 Ranger? I looked through and most of the parts are the same.

If its just nuts and bolts thats fine I can go buy them (but if you know of any, let me know). Are any of the brackets, or anything else different.
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from what i understant its the same.. maybe 1 thing or 2 might be different.. i did 1 over the winter and it seemed the same as the 01-06 kind
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The main difference I see is that the 98-00 instructions suck and the 01-06 instructions are pretty good.

Are the bumper brackets the same?
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the extensions for the fuel filler and fuel breather won't swap out. Different diameter. A hardware store will fix you up.
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bumper brackets should be the same yes
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what about bumper spacers. I noticed in the 01-06 kit it has spacers and in the 98-00 it doesnt have them.
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what are you talking about bumper spacers, i have never installed a bumper spacer...?!

you mean bumper brackets, they have them and they are the same as 01+
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This is what Im talking about
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you dont need that.. its to simulate a trailer hitch.. but most of the brackets arnt bent enough to run it
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