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Old 03-23-2008
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1990 Ranger Sway bar removal question

I have a Skyjacker front lift spring set approx 2 inch over stock with a 3 inch body lift. I feel that the truck doesnt articulate very well and the sway bar is making it ride rough on off road terrain. Will it handle badly on the road if I remove it all together?? I could also use some info on where to get a 4 inch block for the rear of my truck so I can remove the stock blocks and gain a couple of inches there. With a 4 in block and removal of the stock block will I need longer shocks?? If so info on parts needed and where to get some deals on the parts required. I have a set of Skyjacker soft ride add a leafs but I want it to stay soft with alot of suspension sag and wanted to go with the block option on the rear.
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