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Old 08-20-2012
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2wd Lift kits

Hey guys i have a 2wd 2000 ranger 4.0 l ohv with a body lift already and was wondering if you guys knew a good brand of suspension lift that is closer to 6 inches. I liked fabtechs spindles , shocks, springs, and upper arms lift and its reasonable at round 1500 to 2000 but was wondering if there is one just as good for less? thanks guys
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you can piece together your own kit pretty cheaply. theres a few brands to chose from. Doetsch spindles are just as good as fabtechs, but way cheaper. a company called WNP started making some, beefiest cash spindles you can buy. thats what im running on my truck. great price too, at only $260 shipped. springs and uppers you can just go with a fabtech 2.5 kit to save cash. put that all together thats like $900 tops.
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