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Will This Work on My Gen Three?

hey guys, i came across this and i was wondering if it is for a gen 3. thanks

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Yes it will work.
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Ya, dont see why not
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Dont just do it... Do it NOW!
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it won't work on YOUR gen 3 but it will work on mine.....let me take it off your hands
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That is a 2wd lift kit . . . so no.
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That is a 2wd lift kit . . . so no.
How do you figure that its a 2wd lift kit?
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That is a 2wd lift kit . . . so no.
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How do you figure that its a 2wd lift kit?
Look at the beams . . .
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Look at the beams . . .
Oh yeah. Didnt notice that.
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oh well its too far away and too much anyway, thanks guys
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will fit 4x4 83-97 ranger and bronco II and some explorers
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Those Beams are extended radius arms...
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Lol you guys are funny those are extended radius arms not beams. This is a 4x4 kit. I would say offer him lower than what hes asking since its missing shocks and rear blocks.
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Lol you guys are funny those are extended radius arms not beams. This is a 4x4 kit. I would say offer him lower than what hes asking since its missing shocks and rear blocks.


Completely missed that piece of the puzzle, didn't check the bushing end.
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prob not gonna get it anyway, if i want a lift in the future i will buy new, and believe me, i buy everything used! a lift is just something i dont think i would buy used
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