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Need some help

First off let me say hello so everyone, just joined the forum today.

I also just purchased a 2005 ford ranger today.

The primary use of this car will be work, im in the construction field, my questions or the following,

were can i get this bed rails




second questions is, im looking to lift/bulk up my Ranger, im not looking for the sporty look, i need something stong that will jack up the bed a lil and hold some weight. Thank you in advance for any help in this matter.


BTW if this is in the wrong sections I apologize
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I have coil-over shocks in the rear and different torsion keys in the from to level it out. Also, tires that are 2 sizes bigger. You could also look into an add-a-leaf kit.
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I have coil-over shocks in the rear
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thanks bud
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These.
Ok, so you have a basic shock that is made with an overload spring.


I thought you meant you had actual coilovers in the rear.
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Yeah. Now that I think about it, the definition of coil-over doesn't fit. So, yes, I have stronger shocks that lift the ****-end of my truck. It's a cheap way to lift your truck. The previous owner installed them. I'm waiting for my tax returns to do something different.
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