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2wd I-beam lift?

I was wondering who made the biggest I-beam lift for a 2wd ranger? And if anyone has pics of lifted i-beamer's please post them. Thanks
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Skyacker makes a 6" lift.

www.rockymountainsusp.com
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Thanks rolla_guy72 they have damn good prices.
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Thats where I got my old lift from. I got the rough country one though. It said it was a 4" lift, but it ended up being around 5.5" because I have a splash and the coils never settled. All their lift for the front was drop down brackets for the ibeams and radius arms and coil springs. It was a really good kit and I never had any problems from it.
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What size tires did you have? Any pics??
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Camburg... not the tallest (5")... maybe a little pricy... but soooooooo nice...

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lift that damn rear already before i come over there and smack you!
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That looks good and I bet those bilstien's ride well.
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lift that damn rear already before i come over there and smack you!
It is... those pics were JUST after my truck spent some time with Camburg... I have lift shackles in the rear... it's not quite level... but I like it a little lower in the rear... just a little...

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That looks good and I bet those bilstien's ride well.
mmmmmmm yeah they do... even better off-road, haha! Funny story... I got a compliment from my grandma on how well my truck rode... I think it rides kinda rough but she liked it... and my seats for some odd reason... but yeah... those bilsteins are niiiiice.
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i have the 6" skyjacker lift will post pics when i get off work and get home!
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i have the 6" skyjacker lift will post pics when i get off work and get home!
Thanks bro
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i took some pictures but i cant get them on the sight how do i post them thanks
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look at the pics in my sig, its a 6 inch skyjacker with 33x12.50
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That looks good Justin. How's the ride? I was thinking 6" plus a b.l. with 33's. Did you re-gear?
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i started out with a 7.5 and 3.73s and changed to a 8.8 and 4.56s and i can move and i have a 3.0.
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