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air ride

im plaining in a couple months to get an air ride suspesion for my ranger is there specific kits for it or would i have to make my own set up???
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you spelled planning wrong..haha
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^^^Way to contribute.... ...he spelled suspension wrong too. I guess you're too perfect to miss that though.

air bag suspension or air-ride? lol my dad had air ride on his big rig. Basically bags on the cab/bed mounts. That'd be crazy on a ranger.
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yeah..i knew you were gunna catch it so i didnt mention anytihng..
do you want it so the whole car is bagged like low riders or air bags in the back for towing?
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Forget this site to get air ride tips. Check out www.rangerpowersports.com
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if you want to look like eXtremePC's ride then listen to him...cuase the majority of us are into the offroad side...sorry! lol..
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www.suicidedoors.com They will have everything you need.
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Forget this site to get air ride tips. Check out www.rangerpowersports.com
haha true
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2 great sites thrown up for yah..

but keep us posted on what you do with the truck
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www.ridetech.com, they are out of lansing, they make extremely good porduct and you dont have to worry about a middle company screwing with you...
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I noticed in your profile you had a 96. If that is what you are bagging, I would recommend www.suicidedoors.com for everything except for the front bag brackets. For them you will want to go to www.silverstarcustoms.com Be sure and get the newer style that is supposed to fit a 2600 bag. Pm me if you have any questions. And what ever you do, stay away from aim industries (chassis tech). Dont even buy their i-beams. I have them and they cause more work than the djm depending on your wheel/tire combo.
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www.ridetech.com, they are out of lansing, they make extremely good porduct and you dont have to worry about a middle company screwing with you...
bolt on **** that wont even get you low enough to lay gas tank..
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