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Old 04-06-2012
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thinking about lifting my ranger

Hey I'm new to the website but I liked what I saw and read, I was just wondering if anyone could help me out with getting my 2004 ford ranger xlt lifted, I just need to know what all the different parts are that I would need. Thank You for the help
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Welcome to RF!

There are a few different methods to lifting your truck.

Check out this link. It will tell you just about everything that you want to know.

Also, you could use lift shackles and crank your tortion bars. Add-a-leaf kits are also available to achieve rear lift.
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