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Camburg Lift

I have a 2003 Ranger short bed,regular cab I am looking at the Camburg 5.5 system. Anyone have it, If the do can you post some pics. Also what size tires are you running with the lift thanks for your help.
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i am not posotive but i think Nick "oasis" is running that lift
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Ok thanks. Also I plan on getting a gibson exhaust,kand n air filter setup and a programmer what I still have to regear if I went with 33's?
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Nick has the 5.5 beam kit, you need a 5.5 arm kit.

I had the 6.0 kit, which is the same principle but for Edge trucks (that utilize the 4x4 type torsion-bar suspensions). My kit really impressed me, I recently moved up to their long travel race kit because I needed more, but for the money their is no beating it; with nicely valved shocks it will surprise you with it's capability. I ran 33's and have my stock 4.10 gears still, and can do fine. I will be regearing but only because the truck is being linked and I'm getting a 9." What gears do you currently have? What size engine?

If you are serious about getting it (new anyway), let me know and I can get you a discounted price.
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Yes I do need the arm kit. I plan on getting some fox 2.0 shocks. Well I bought my truck used and it has 31's on it right now I really would like to stick with them because that is less money I have to spend(in highschool and have to pay for everything sucks). As far as gears go I have no clue what ever comes with the XLT model. Or is there a way to tell. I am serious about getting the kit new.
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What size engine? And to find the gears look on the tag on the differential under your truck, it should tell you a code that you can look up on the net.
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I have the 3.0 V6. OK and you have a link for the code thanks.
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You most likely have 4.10's like me if it's a 3.0. I don't have a link for the code-finder but post it up and we can find the answer.
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I believe I have 4.10 gears. I also plan on putting posi on my truck before doing the lift. How much can you get the 5.5 kit for with shocks and everything?
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1650 i think..maybe you can hook up with trent down here in socal to get you a discount on the kit..i think he gets 10% off if im not mistaken...here is the link...
http://camburg.com/fords98RangerP.html



EDIT: but for 2300 bucks you can get a good rear end setup also!...some deavers and bilstiens
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Cool yeah I would want the 5.5 Performance Off-Road System. My friend has a 1996 F-150 and did the Coil-Over Off-Road System and it is very nice and great for the money. I just dont want to have to regear mine that is all.
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yeah..Oasis is running stock gears 3:73's open..and he has a 2.3 4 banger stick..he is running 31's also with no probs...just slow at start but what do you expect..u will be fine running the 31's and your 4:10.'s..seems like a good set up to me..Go for it!..
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All in time my friend. In about a month I should have my exhaust,air intake and programmar installed. Then my cowl induction hit then the lift wish I could do long travel but I always have my dad's buggy to take out.
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damn son that is sick..those are the ones i drool over at the offroad expo lol...Take me for a ride when i come down to vegas in that thing! i would kill to hitch a ride in that beast
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I will see if my pops will let me. A LS1 ported and polished,has a milded cam puts 700hp to the ground makes around 760hp from motor. Will do 160mph up comp hill and wheelie for days. Wish I could long travel my ranger but I need it as a daily driver and room to fir my quad in the bed.
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damn thats sweet..even if your pops drives lol.i just need to scratch it off my..."Things to do before i die list" lol.. Post some pics of your truck going threw the process!
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I will so will I be ok with gearing? Also anyone have pics of the camburg setup on 31's?
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Anyone have pics with the camburg lift installed on there truck?
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