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4 inch luper lift with 3 inch body lift

any one point me in the direcsion of a couple guys that have a superlift 4 inch and a 3 inch body lift with 35's just looking for some picks ive got a silver step side and kind of interested in what it would look like. that way i can get it in the air fast in sted of waiting around for a rcd 5.5 lift to show up for sale
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Search is your friend, lots of people running that set up, searching for "double lifted" would probably yeild the best results
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This is mine double lifted with 33's. I have 35's going on shortly

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personally it looks rather ghey being that lifted, but to each is own.
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personally it looks rather ghey being that lifted, but to each is own.
Personally you're pretty ghey being lifted and 2WD, but to each their own.
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The Superlift is an all around better kit than the RCD ever was. She had her faults..and they added up. And I think the fact they aren't made anymore says something. Only thing good about them is the coil-over conversion included in the kit. Even then, the coil-overs themselves had a bad weak spot...and when they broke, hello new CV's, new bearings, new rotors, and possible fender damage when they let go.


Anyway...here's mine. 4" Superlift, 3" bodylift, 35x12.50R15's on 15x10's. Recently converted to Fox 2.0 coil-overs up front, so there may be some of those mixed in as well.













I know it's not a stepside, but it is silver....(RCD)






Along with yet another double lifted ranger...(note crossmembers, RCD vs Superlift)




I know it's a stepside, but not silver....




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personally it looks rather ghey being that lifted, but to each is own.
Thanks for being an active member of the site, giving all your words of wisdom. And most importantly, providing the information the OP was looking for. You're a great asset to the site.


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Personally you're pretty ghey being lifted and 2WD, but to each their own.

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Jeeze Shane..deleted t-bars = WIN! No disrespect to RCD A-arms, but they bash up easily on rocks. But the t-bar is the biggest fail of suspensions.
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Personally you're pretty ghey being lifted and 2WD, but to each their own.
Except i lift for suspension travel, not so i can fit 37's under my truck and take it to the mall.
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Except i lift for suspension travel, not so i can fit 37's under my truck and take it to the mall.
Maybe he's not going to? You have a 4x2 truck. They're sure as hell not made for off road use. You're "travel" is nothing compared to a 4x4. Now what if the OP was planning on using it off road? You don't know if he is or isn't so you should frankly just clam up and back out of the conversation. You didn't put in anything worthwhile yet, so unless you have something to input, up shut the ----.
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Maybe he's not going to? You have a 4x2 truck. They're sure as hell not made for off road use. You're "travel" is nothing compared to a 4x4. Now what if the OP was planning on using it off road? You don't know if he is or isn't so you should frankly just clam up and back out of the conversation. You didn't put in anything worthwhile yet, so unless you have something to input, up shut the ----.


Ill stop ya there. first, who are you and where did you come from? you have a stock truck with 31's and a body lift. your telling me about suspension travel with a stock T-bar truck...


Your right, my 4x2 is not made for offroad.... stock. add mid travel and a few grand later, it sure as **** is. if the OP wants to double lift, go for it. Do i honestly care what he does? nope. would i give him some advise to avoid getting laughed at and have a chance at a girlfriend? of course! does it look good on a ranger? no. it looks horrible. big flashy rims or huge tires on a lifted truck are bro. now why dont you watch your language, I hope you dont talk to your mother with that mouth.

if you boys want a pissing match, lets not do it on this guys thread. considering my first post was my opinion, and then a statement that meant, "if you like it i dont mind", why are you crawling up my ***? there is no need to start swearing at me, getting upset or putting my truck/me down.

if your honestly gonna get all defensive over someones opinion, you need to pull your head out of your *** and realize there are bigger fish to fry my friend.

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Got the 35's on on this pic


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Got the 35's on on this pic


Looks 10x better man. those staying on there?
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Thanks man. They are on for summer and I still have a set of 33's for winter. Once I sell or wear out the 33's, it will be all 35's after that
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Thanks man. They are on for summer and I still have a set of 33's for winter. Once I sell or wear out the 33's, it will be all 35's after that
cool. 33's dont look bad, but they are a tad small for the lift/truck. I like the combo though. hows it on gas?
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Except i lift for suspension travel, not so i can fit 37's under my truck and take it to the mall.

Good insult to a guy from Alaska. It's just fulll of malls up here and no nature at all. Enjoy your lack of ability to offroad except for "drive fast through things"
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Good insult to a guy from Alaska. It's just fulll of malls up here and no nature at all. Enjoy your lack of ability to offroad except for "drive fast through things"
I'm not insulting you. Some of us dont need to go on the internet, and act tough or show off to enjoy life. Take your ego, and those shiny rims of yours and shove them.

Btw, its drive fast over things. but you should drive through something.
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cool. 33's dont look bad, but they are a tad small for the lift/truck. I like the combo though. hows it on gas?
My MPG's have been pretty good since I tuned it. Its no gas saver but it could be alot worse lol
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