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Old 04-14-2012
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94 2wd to 4wd sas question.

I have a question about my swap . I have a Dana 44 out of a fullsize bronco and im trying to put it under my 94 2wd ranger That has a mid travel camburg kit on it. From rough measurements the rad. arm mounts and spring mounts are about 2" wider than my trucks frame. I am trying to use stock rad arms and ill get drop mounts . im not trying to build a crawler just a good exploration truck on a small budget. So to get to the question what is the best way to make up the 2" difference on coil buckets and rad. arm mounts? will this plan even work? thanks for your help in advance.
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