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How should I lift my 1998 Ranger?

I recently bought a 98 Ranger XLT and im thinking about getting a lift for it and nice All Terrain tires. I don't do any hardcore off roading or anything like that. Mainly dirt roads and some mud but not heavy mud. So I dont wanna spend 1,000$ + on a suspension lift. So im curious about what my options are and what you guys would suggest. I dont know too much about lifts but mainly basics. So the cheaper the better but something that can still give me some off road performance. Thanks guys!
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Use the search tool, you'll find a lot of information about lifts. I'd suggest a body lift since its the cheapest thing to do
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