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Old 09-07-2012
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2-3 drop 94 ranger

i want to lower my 94 2.3 ranger but i dont wanna do the 5 inch rear axle flip drop
does anyone know where i could get a good 2-3 drop kit for my ranger for a good price?
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DJM Suspension's got you covered.

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drop springs for the front and shackles in tje rear. Or just remove a rear leaf
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with the 2.3 means you have a 7.5 axle which should only give you 4in of drop. the 8.8 usually nets the 5in of drop
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