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Old 07-12-2008
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Hey I saw you wrote that you cranked you torsion. have you had any problems with it?
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No i havent had any problems at all. The ride is a little stiffer but other than that no problems.
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Hey, let see some pics of your truck! If you looking for cheap you can eaither buy a 3" body lift.. for i beleive around $100... or you can make your own 1" body lift....

For free you can crank your T-bars.. just message me if you want instructions.. you can get close to 2" of lift in the front....

You can do a shackle lift out back along with the tbar crank.. gets you about 2" all around.. should cost you about $45

there are Add a leafs....

Spindles....

So many choices...

For you i'd suggest the tbar crank and shackles first.

After that the 3" bodylift if you want more...
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Hey, let see some pics of your truck! If you looking for cheap you can eaither buy a 3" body lift.. for i beleive around $100... or you can make your own 1" body lift....

For free you can crank your T-bars.. just message me if you want instructions.. you can get close to 2" of lift in the front....

You can do a shackle lift out back along with the tbar crank.. gets you about 2" all around.. should cost you about $45

there are Add a leafs....

Spindles....

So many choices...

For you i'd suggest the tbar crank and shackles first.

After that the 3" bodylift if you want more...
3" BL is 150-200.
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Your Mazda would be about the same size as mine with a 3inch body lift. Very tip of fender flares would be 40inches from the ground. I have fully cranked tbars in the front, and soon to have a 3in spindle and new leafs! Yay!
Not too big, but big enough.

<--- 2001 Mazda B3000 DS
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yeah I am considering the 3" body lift. It seems like the most reliable cheapest source. Is anyone selling anything? Any lifts or sidesteps?
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You by chance don't have a part number on those stock lift blocks for the 2wd by chance?

I am looking on ebay and found the following:

FORD OEM 98-08 Ranger Rear Suspension-Plate Spacer Right F87Z5598EA

Ford 98 08 Ranger Rear Suspension Plate Spacer Left F87Z5598EB | eBay

Those stated 2wd,but just wanted to make sure they would fit a 2001 XLT. I just did rear shackles and want a little more lift in the rear.

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-Nigel
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the rear suspension lift you are looking for is from superlift

ford explorer rear lift springs #01-194 you will need bushing kit # 340

you remove the spacer blocks and install the lift spring 3 inches over factory height
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