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Old 02-03-2010
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what should i do

i am going to take my torsion keys out and put the stock ones back, but after that im not sure i would like to put some new rancho shocks on that are at hand but i have taxes coming in and im trying to decide if i want to buy a brush guard and a winch think it would come in handy in maine headin up soon for six months or purchase a suspension kit but kits are expensive are there any for 1000 or under out there and also should i get the kit or the guard and winch
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Suspension kits for a torsion bar truck is going to be expensive no matter what.
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Suspension kits for a torsion bar truck is going to be expensive no matter what.
so i have seen but i just want the darn thing to have some height to it im scared that whatever i try to do w/out a suspension kit like turning the bars, or adding rear lift blocks will jack up my stock suspension im trying to do the best thing for my truck but most cost effective at the same time. im lost on what i could do to get height in the front and the back w/out jacking up the suspension and w/out getting a suspension kit.
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Body lift it then
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Body lift it then
is that good for the truck
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why isn't this thread in the proper forum? suspensions or ranger discussion?
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why isn't this thread in the proper forum? suspensions or ranger discussion?
what you talking about "proper forum" im new on this forum and suck on computers so please explain yourself
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https://www.ranger-forums.com/forum2/

Click this and you'll see that there are categories where specific discussions like this one are placed
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