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Old 03-11-2008
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Hello All,

I drive a 99 Ranger XLT with 7 inches of total lift and 33's, a friend told me about this site so I hope you all can enlighten me on a few problems I have. This probably isn't the place to ask but I'm about to replace the front OEM drive shaft for a second time (it is wearing and rattling at the joint that goes into the transfer case) and was wondering if anyone knew whether the aftermarket Superlift drive shaft made specifically for our lifted rangers would fix my problem? The other problem I have is with my front tires wearing in the inside only, I have taken it to the alignment shop and they have tighten the camber as far as it can go; any ideas what I should do? Would adjusting the torsion bars do anything? Thank You All for Your Help!

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welcome to RF! vansnxtweek must have been the one to tell you huh? and you will find that answer to your questions here and i don't have the answer to them. but im in the hampton roads area. got any pics of your truck?
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welcome to R-F, Brandon!
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Hahahahah 4 houses down...I cant believe it..bout time you got on here man!!
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that site I was tellin you about is here: www.stuffforyourranger.com and the exact link for the driveshaft is here:
http://www.stuffforyourranger.com/st...roducts_id=100
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Welcome! Someone else from VA!
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welcome, and yes, pics please
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Thanks for all the welcomes! This isn't and up-to-date pic of my truck, but it will work - I'll work on getting a better one. Thank you Matt for telling me about this site (and the others) and for mentioning the adjustment of the torsion bars. See you all around.
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