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How High Should I GO?

I was thinking of my old F-150 and how when I lifted the truck 3" I still wanted more after the first month. I havent even decided yet what to put on this truck and Im already thinking how high should i go. Whats the highest a 2wd Ranger can go? 8.5'? mind you i think i have a coil-not a tbar suspension. I was thinking the 5.5" fabtech lift and then a 3"BL for the 8.5". Whats the highest you have? Pics if you can to see what itll look like too. What size fits on there too?
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8.5 i do believe is max using off the shelf parts. bloo over at rps had that set up for a while...now he's slammed. lol. He was running 35's.
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