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ORW performance Off-Road System

Here is the answer to all you '89-97 Ranger 2wd guys. Introducing ORW's Performance Off-Road System
* Bent I-Beams
* Radius Arms w/ cross-member
* 4" Coil-Springs
* Bilstein 5100 front Shocks
* Cam Kits
* Brake lines
Total kit Cost for Parts $1475

Accessories/Upgrades
FOX / Bilstein 7100 shocks
Rear lift options (Shackles or Deaver leaf springs)
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that seems kinda salty....
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Salty? I've been asking around on the form and had come up with this kit for RF members, but is there something else that you would like to see offered?
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that seems kinda salty....
WTF does that mean?
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If salty mean's a good deal, then it is pretty salty.
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I dunno let me ask..is it set up more as a lift kit or a Long travel kit..if its long travel...then I take that back..thats a pretty damn good deal..but if its just a lift kit then , that just seems a little much , expecially when a 6 inch skyjacker kit is normally only 1100 or 1200
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the bent I-beams are the big difference between this and teh SJ kit you are talking about plus nicer shocks
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thats not a bad deal, with rad arms and x member... it would suck with out it. if the kit had stien 5150's that would be a good deal....


everyone expects camburg performance for rough country price
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everyone expects camburg performance for rough country price
Nice. New quote for my signature.
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this does nothing for the 4wd guys
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hold up you just have to ask. Let me see what I can put together. What size lift would you like to see offered?
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i really would love to see something with coil overs in the front and adjustable between 4 and 6 inches of lift. like the super lift kit. and i would like to see some 64 inch springs for the rear to match the front lift. but i know im talking out my *** because i cant afford anything like that right now
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i really would love to see something with coil overs in the front and adjustable between 4 and 6 inches of lift. like the super lift kit. and i would like to see some 64 inch springs for the rear to match the front lift. but i know im talking out my *** because i cant afford anything like that right now
Why coilovers? You already have coils and shocks in there.


What about an SAS kit for the Pre-97 guys? Pretty simple, the customer just has to sort out his or her own axel (EB D44 or Jeep D30/35). Just like Trail Gear and a host of others do for toyotas
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^^^ that would be sweet too. i was thinking of staying with the ttb sas hadnt even crossed my mine for some reason.
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Hey Nick, would it be possible to post up some pictures of this lift, i'm curious to see the beams and crossmember.
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To coil-over the front of a TTB ranger is a little more expensive to do because its necessary to run a engine cage/ hoop to mount the shocks. It will also be necessary to run drop down brackets and or after market TTB's and radius arms.
Engine cage $750
coil-over shocks $1166 w/ springs

Rear 64" Long Travel Leaf Spring Kit $1700
Kit Includes:
Exclusive 64" triple wrapped race spring
Front and rear mounting brackets
Shackles
Protective u-bolt bash plates
Axle spring perch
9/16" u-bolts
All necessary bushings
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^^ damn i was expecting something around that price. is there anyway you guys are going to develop a sas kit?
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^^ damn i was expecting something around that price. is there anyway you guys are going to develop a sas kit?
Don't have anything in the works. But would definitely be able to set you up with shocks, spring rates, tabs and heims.
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hmm alright maybe we can help each other out this summer when i do my sas
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^^You're not going to ever buy one, so why waste his time.
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hahaha....I hate when people come to the shop asking for custom work, have us get it all ready to go, and then never show...IT PISSES ME OFF.
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Then don't respond to downey. Cuz he's going to electronically do that to you. Honestly. Ask any member on here.
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dude im planning a sas this summer i was saying we could figure out the parts for future people so that he can make a kit. thats all im sry that i dont have tons of money to drop into my truck and i have to do things slow.
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A SAS kit is specific to each truck. Because no SAS on a ranger is done the same as the next. So therefore, it's all custom. People get their donor parts from different places. All the generations are different and each require different parts for a SAS. So it's going to really hard for him to make that and put his time and money into it, when he can be doing more productive things for his business. Not everyone revolves around you and your needs. Because chances are, like what you've done in countless posts, "What can you do for me? Oh well I don't think I'll ever be able to afford it, just checking" Don't even get a sorry for wasting your time. I don't have tons of money either to drop into my truck, I just know how to spot a deal and when to look for them, so I do them as I find them. Which happens to be often.

Please tell the community, you're going to make your truck trail only IF you do a SAS? It's bad enough it's on the street right now, let alone after you TRY to make it a SFA vehicle.
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