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Old 09-02-2008
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your lifted 4x2

i need some ideas on some more stuff for future projects. lets see them lifted 4x2 pictures.
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torsion bars or coil springs?
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Woo hoo I get to ***** my truck. Here's stock with a torsion bar crank and 32x11.5x15 tires

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And here's with a 3" body lift and the same tires

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My turn to *****! I have 32's Maxed t-bars, aal's and shackles.
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Here's my 2wd Ranger...

4" Superlift + 3" bodylift + 35's - front drive shaft...
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Judging by the OP's avatar, he's wanting coilsprung lifted 2wd's...

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Shane your a loser, your not 4x2 you have 4x4 knuckles. I don't care if your 4x4 isnt working lol

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thanks trent.

you know...you CAN put on the superlift on a 2wd edge....get yourself some 4x4 unibearing hubs and 4x4 discs and bam...4" superlifted 2wd edge.
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I know, i'll take my 400 dollar spindles over the 1400 dollar superlift though.
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lift kit on a 2wd?

"Y U do?"
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I am gonna tag along for this one.
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My 97 with coil spacers i think..might be stock height but doesnt look like it...

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the latest pics known for mine with only 32

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i dont under stand why this picture wont post?? but click on it any how lol
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Its because there is a space in the link to it.
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I was going to call all these 'posers' but now looking where everyone is posting from geographically, I understand. Up here, where snow is a yearly thing, these would be parked 4 months out of the year

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How do you lift a 2x4? Jut straight up in the air using your knees and not your back right?!! If you use your back you could get back problems.





















HAHA I'll put some of my 98 up later today. I have to go to class now.
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Torsion bars. 3inch body lift on 33x12.5R15
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04 coil sprung spindle lifted, w/ AAL and shackle on 32s:

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w/o topper

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I was going to call all these 'posers' but now looking where everyone is posting from geographically, I understand. Up here, where snow is a yearly thing, these would be parked 4 months out of the year

Agreed ! Last winter I had to drive my wife's minivan when we had the big storms. My next Ranger will be a 4x4
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Spindle lift, t-bar crank, 35's, 2002 2wd.

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spindles and 33s

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Speaking of snow... when I lived in western Kansas, I was hating life with my 2wd Ranger.





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seminary, that last pic is awesome.
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5.5" Fabtech and 33's

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06 edge
3" spindle
3" body
cranked torsion bars
35's

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