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pic request: lifted 2wd

sold my 01 since i lost my lisence and was in dior need of money and picking up a 2wd 95 supercab tomorrow and just curious as to what a 2 wd would look like probably with 31s/33s and a 3 inch body lift...
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I'll have pics of a 2wd with a BL and 33s very soon!
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Uh, Hello!

2001. 3inch body lift on 33s
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Here's mine. No body lift, but same idea (3" lift with 33's). Crank the t-bars and that's where you'd set.
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EDIT: Ah, scratch that, sorry man. Didn't catch that it's a 95, no t-bar cranking for you. Plus you don't have the IFS 4x4 susp. It'd be close to Katie's.
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Wooo Jake, your truck has to have more than just a tbar crank! its sitting HIGH! looks like its sittin higher than mine on a 4" SL and 35's lol.. but the truck is sexy!!

sorry thread jack..
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Wooo Jake, your truck has to have more than just a tbar crank! its sitting HIGH! looks like its sittin higher than mine on a 4" SL and 35's lol.. but the truck is sexy!!

sorry thread jack..


2" lift shackles
2" Procomp AAL
3" Fabtech spindles
3" PA Body lift
2" Torsion bar adjustment
4" Superlift Block


Yeah.. it is just a "little" bit more then a bodylift
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That pic was just with a spindle lift though.
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i wouldn't do a body lift, rather some 2 inch coils, and you will need alignment cams also.

i live local and can help
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i wouldn't do a body lift, rather some 2 inch coils, and you will need alignment cams also.

i live local and can help
Agreed, its really cheap to lift the older trucks like the original poster has.
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Agreed, its really cheap to lift the older trucks like the original poster has.



Gosh yeah.. you can pay.. what is it? like $400 for a 4" lift? I think that was it, then like 600 for a 5" and 800 for a 6" skyjacker.. yeah, somewhat jealous here :-)

Im stuck at either 2200+ or 1400+ :-p


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Heres a link to Skyjacker lifts..
http://www.4wheelonline.com/Categori...tegoryId=25507

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^^^SEXY TIME^^^
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If you want to see my Gen II with a body and suspension lift you can just come see it. 2wd Lift kits for the I-beam suspensions are dirt cheap, my 4" lift kit cost 400 dollars.
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anybody got any pics of the 93-98 body style? preferably white extended cabs lol
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Ya let me find some real quick. Its a 4wd with 5" RCD lift but you get the idea.

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Oh you were asking for the body style before that whoops
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I'll have pics of a 2wd with a BL and 33s very soon!
whats your plans?? im picking up a body lift soon just not sure if im going to convert it to a 2" lift instead of a 3" yet
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My BL will be here Monday. I think Ryan, David and I are gonna put it on next weekend, your welcome to come too. If you get yours you should come and we'll do both of ours.
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Anyone wanna help me do mine... im a little further away... but it will be worth it.....
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guys......i think this thread needs 93-97 and older 2wd lifted pics.........
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guys......i think this thread needs 93-97 and older 2wd lifted pics.........
I know I know, he said 93-98. Aren't you supposed to be at work haha
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My BL will be here Monday. I think Ryan, David and I are gonna put it on next weekend, your welcome to come too. If you get yours you should come and we'll do both of ours.
take pictures of the bumper bracket install and stearing extension

hell after i see your ill make my final determination on the 2 to 3" ordeal lol

mine should be hear in 2 weeks
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Yeah I'm gonna get someone to take pics of everything. If you cut them down to 2 inches, you'll probably have to mod the brackets and extension and stuff. Are you keeping your 32, is that why your only doing a 2"?
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i plan on doing a 3 in body lift and 31s or 33s...whatver i can squeeze in there....i cant stand the look of a 2wd ranger...especially knowing that its mine lol. i just want somethign that if i were to take it off road id at least make it down a trail before i get stuck....instead of getting stuck tryign to get to the trail like i did with my old 4.0 2wd with street tires
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Yeah I'm gonna get someone to take pics of everything. If you cut them down to 2 inches, you'll probably have to mod the brackets and extension and stuff. Are you keeping your 32, is that why your only doing a 2"?

ya its the main point of going that way

600 bucks cost for the tires plus 10 k on them,the correct size for gear ratio and finally fuel cost ill stick to the 32"s.
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ya its the main point of going that way

600 bucks cost for the tires plus 10 k on them,the correct size for gear ratio and finally fuel cost ill stick to the 32"s.
Ah thats understood, I'll be going up to 35s next summer so I'll wait to regear until then.
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i plan on doing a 3 in body lift and 31s or 33s...whatver i can squeeze in there....i cant stand the look of a 2wd ranger...especially knowing that its mine lol. i just want somethign that if i were to take it off road id at least make it down a trail before i get stuck....instead of getting stuck tryign to get to the trail like i did with my old 4.0 2wd with street tires
Stick with 33s, I have a 3inch body lift w/ cranked torsion bars (basiclly 4-4.5inch lift) And the 33s never rub while turning or flexing
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