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A-Arms and coil

I got the camburg racing coils and my stock arms arent taking it too well. Ive been looking for new arms for 2 days and i dont know which ones will fix the problem except fabtech which is way too expensive. If anyone knows which a-arms to get please let me know. thanks
i have a 2003 ranger 2wd
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doetsch tech makes some UCAs for around $300
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i saw that in another post but i cant find their arms. all i can find is spindle lifts
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