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Old 09-02-2008
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Alittle Lift?

Hi, I'm a new guy to this forum...But anyhow I don't know **** compared to the stuff you guys know about rangers so I was looking for some help/ recommendations for a lift for my truck....
  • 99' 4X4 Ranger
  • 5 spd manual
  • supercab
  • 3.0 L. V-6 No AC
  • Stupid Independent front suspension w/ torsion bars
I was looking at a 3" body lift to start from Summit racing... but i'm still not sure about cranking the t-bars?
Any input or comments would be appreciated...thanks!
 
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cranking the bars is free, Body lift is the cheapest you will find for 4x4. so if you want more than just leveling it out, go body lift for cheap, unless you have over a grand to shell out on suspension.
 
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add a leaf is 35bucks....food for thought
 
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Thanks for some input..yeah i think I will def start off with a body lift though...its cheap, looks good, and doesn't stress the suspension like cranking t-bars....
 
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