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lifting a 2 wheel drive ranger

i was just trying to get some ideas for lifting my 1993 ford ranger splash its a 5 speed manual with a 4.0L V6. What would look the best and how much would it cost? and also what sizes tires would go good with the lift.
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Why dear god why...

its a splash 1" lower from the factory with a 4.0L manual MY GOD MAN Slam it...



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Oh how i miss mine.... if you must lift it coils and blocks will work to get like 31's under it...

why just why
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please please slam it, stone, you are such a pic *****
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YOU LIKE IT HUSH
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drop it!!!
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go to this link right here this is all kinds of lifts for different 2wd year model rangers since you were asking what would be the best way to lift your ranger and not asking if you should lift or lower but thanks guys lol

and if you decided to go the body lift path id suggest ordering one off summitracing.com because their body lifts are the exact same as a performance accessories body lift just about 100$ cheaper
http://therangerstation.com/tech_library/2wdlifts.html
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gives me a stiffy....
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Why dear god why...

its a splash 1" lower from the factory with a 4.0L manual MY GOD MAN Slam it...










Oh how i miss mine.... if you must lift it coils and blocks will work to get like 31's under it...

why just why

man i actually like Ur ol red u had their!
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I like lift on anything so I say do a 4 sus and 3 body , do the 3 body and throw some 32 11.50's on it
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