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Old 04-25-2010
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Broken leaf spring - want to lift

I have a 1996 2WD 2.3L Ranger that now has a broken leaf on the rear passenger side. I obliviously need a new leaf pack, but I was thinking that since I want to do a small lift I could buy a kit that comes with new leaf packs. Also, the shocks all around could use replacing. Does anyone have any suggestions on kits? I am hoping to get this as a grad present from the parents, as I am graduating in about a month, so the lower the price the better.
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Old 04-25-2010
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you can get explorer leafs in the rear they will give you 2-3 inches of lift and some lift coils in the front and it should sit pretty level and cost less than 500 with an alignment
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Old 05-16-2010
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downey! a question

what year(s) of explorers leaf springs work best for a 2007 fx4

i cranked up my torsion bars and i am aboot 1.125 inches lower on the rear end now

i would like to be aboot 1 inch higher on the rear end
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