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1986 Ford Ranger STC 4x4

Hi, I was wondering what kind of lift anyone would recommend for my truck. wether a body lift or suspension lift. any help will be greatly appreciated.
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Sorry, its an STX (i hit the wrong letter).
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Try checking out the 2wd Offraoding thread in the General Ranger section. I posted links to couple sites for a 2wd lift, but you can find the 4wd lifts on the same sites.

Nevermind, i'll make it easy.

www.roughcountry.com
www.superlift.com
www.skyjacker.com
www.rockymountainsusp.com

Check these out... They should be just about all the lifts available for Gen 1 Rangers. Also check out:

www.summitracing.com

for a PA bodylift, I'm sure they sell them, if not, the'yre pretty easy to find.
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hey rolla wasnt the stx 4x4??
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thank you very much
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Hell if I know, I just know how to use google...haha.
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thank you very much
dont gets hostile rolla was suggesting 2wd lifts
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oh wait i was misreading his thing....ignore everything i said
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hahahaha.... that's funny.
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i feels sooo dumb
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welp, the two quality lifts for the TTB trucks are the skyjacker and the james duff lifts. both very very stout and built solid. the skyjacker 6in. is a very good kit. but i guess things depend on how much you wanna lift it and what you want it to do. a 6 inch skyjacker with extended radius arms is a beautiful setup, but a bit pricy unfortunately.
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thank you, i will definitely look into it
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