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Old 04-07-2012
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Icon5 2001, 2wd - Spindle Lift or...???

Im trying to find the least expensive way to lift my 2wd, 2.5L ranger. This is not the edge model so the torsion keys will not work. From what I have found the only way to make this happen is to do a body lift or a spindle lift and I dont want to do a body lift. I know that I can lift the back end with an add a leaf install but I cant figure out the front. Has anyone done a lift like this or one that is inexpensive that isnt a body lift. Trying to keep the bill under $800.00 if I can while still getting a 2"to 3" lift. Thank you for your ideas.
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doetsch/fabtech spindle lift. 3" up front
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