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What do I need to lower my truck

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What do I need to lower my truck

Hi I want to lower my 99 4cyl ranger but I dont know what I need to buy, I heard of buying springs but I wanna be sure that tha is what I need. Can anyone help me, thanks!
 

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need info on your truck first
 
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its a 99 4cyl ranger
 
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Depends how low you want to go. Coils can get you 2", or DJM makes a 4/5 kit and a 2/3 kit.
 
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I want 4/5 or something like that but where do I buy it?
 
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How do coils work??
 
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Search and you will find. If you type DJM 4/5 into google you will find your answer.

And I'm not really sure what you mean by how a coil works. Google that too.
 
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