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2nd Gen "Leveling Coils"

Been doing some research into adding some at least 1.5"-2" lift springs for my 1992 Ranger 4X4. I do not want to use coil spacers. I know they are inexpensive, but I had them in my 2011 F-150 and hated them and were near impossible to remove when I went to Rancho 9000 Quicklifts. Thus I want to use leveling coils cause I know a 25 year old springs has got to be sagging a bit anyways. After researching, I have found that Skyjacker, Superlift, and now Ruff Country makes leveling coils for 2nd Gens. Does anybody have any experience with them or have a preference for one the companies that make them? Gen 3 Rangers have the TTB suspension as well, and I would think the springs that fit my 92 would work on a 93-97 too.
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