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Old 07-03-2011
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2011 Ford Ranger 2WD Lifts.

I just bought a 2011 Ranger Sport 2WD. What lifts are available for this? Cant find anything specifically for 2011 and dont know if its the same as 2010 as it has the advanced traction or whatever. Id like to clear 33's nicely. Thanks
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There are no 2010-2011 suspension lifts available because of the advanced trac. You could do a body lift and crank your tbars and do shackles.
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ok i'm in the same boat. 2010 ranger. what is the largest tire i can slap on 15 inch rims? i only want 31's but i'm worried about setting the truck into limp mode. anyone have answers?
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