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Old 08-23-2011
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Hey all, I recently inherited a 95 Ford Ranger XLT. It's just the basic model, 4 cyl 5 speed, 2 WD. I'm not sure what all I can do to it. I'd love to do a 3 in lift on it with some bigger tires, but it being a 4 cyl, I'm not sure if I can. My grandfather left the truck to me after he passed away, he took good care of it and I want to make it as unique as I can! I will post pictures soon! Thanks!
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Welcome, there is quite a bit you can do to these trucks. Just stick around for a while and you'll pick up a lot of info.
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Welcome to RF!

Because it is a 2wd, you can go either way. Lift it and get bigger tires, or lower it.

Personally, if I had a 2wd, I would lower it.
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