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Old 10-21-2012
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98 Ranger...return to stock height help

Alright...so I've almost got this done. I ordered OEM coil springs and a bunch of new front end stuff to return it to stock height. I wanna say it sits 3 inches low. The leaf springs in the back...as far as I can tell...are done properly. So I need to order new leaf springs. My door code says K for the back and C for the front. My question is, where is the best place to get the springs from? Everywhere I look the springs don't have code specifications. Or can someone tell me what other vehicles I can get this same leaf springs off of.at the junkyard? I just don't wanna end up getting the wrong thing after going through the hassle of replacing them. This 3 inch lowering is just killing the suspension and I'd rather see it returned to stock height. Thanks!
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