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Old 04-09-2008
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bent beams and modified stock radius arms?

What does this mean. I'm new to the ranger truck and have a buddy that said to do this to the suspension. I knodded my head like I knew what he was talking about. he said that fabtec made this kit.
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there is a company, not Fabtech, that cuts and turns the stock TTB (Twin Traction Beam found in '83-'97 Ranger 4wd's) from the suspension to achieve a lift and still use the factory drop brackets. This type of lift is expensive, but it gives a lot of wheel travel. You can buy a complete Skyjacker 6" lift including extended radius arms and rear lifted leafs for cheaper than you can have your beams cut and turned.
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