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Old 09-15-2011
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Lifting Ideas

I have a 1997 4.0L 4x4 Ranger. With a glasspack exhaust and some mild modifications like a K&N Cold Air intake. I'm moving onto the suspension looking for a good looking lift to it. First off how hard is it to lift it with the twin traction beam front suspension and how high should I go?
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Sky's the limit. There is James duff lifts, skyjacker lifts, superlift, rough country, tuff country and probably more.

Biggest question is what are you trying to achieve? Mild offroading? What size tires? a 4" lift you can fit 33's. A 6" lift you can fit 35's with some minor trimming.

ANd its not hard to install either.
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