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soo im totally new to this dont even know if i posted this right...i just picked up a 2006 ranger fx4 with a v6 4.0...i put on the levelling kit and two inch blocks..so it now sits right around 38 inches to the top of the wheel well.. (one of the reasons i add that is its time for new tires and i wanted to know if i could go bigger, i have 255x70x16)..im looking to lift for cheap, add some more power, and make it sound a little more mean....an advise can help..thankyou....-josh-

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Are you 4x4 or 2x4?

What kind of power are you talking?

Borla, Magnaflow, and Flowmaster are your choices for good exhaust
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he's fx4. ( saw he edited his post, disreguard).

what leveling kit are you talking about?
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Are you 4x4 or 2x4?

What kind of power are you talking?

Borla, Magnaflow are your choices for good exhaust
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he's fx4. ( saw he edited his post, disreguard).

what leveling kit are you talking about?
Probally torsion keys :(


You could get a 33x12.50 under there but a 32.11.50 would work a lot better. Cheap lift would be a body lift, and then you could easily fit 33's
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oh, right. those aftermarket ones.
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yeah its torsion keys...i have been looking to see if theres a way to swap out to just shocks i. found one..through camburg..but its 1800..like i said dnt know much about this...ill look into the exhausts...and thanks for the tire size big help..
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There used to be a kit to convert to coilovers but the company stopped producing it. If you know someone with a welder you can make the brackets yourself.
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