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cheapest 4 inch lift

looking into a lift wanting to know who makes the cheapest 4 inch suspension lift,i was looking into a tuff country,just wondering if anyone has any knowledge on this ,anything would be apprechiated
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i take it your 4wd...

4" superlift like 1700-1800 with driveshaft
5.5" RCD 3000 with driveshaft..

those are your only suspension lifts for 4wds
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since you are lookin at tuff country, im gonna take a WAG and say youve got a TTB truck.....
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what do u mean by TTB truck
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Twin Traction Beams

I beams

83-97 ranger suspension
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looking into a lift wanting to know who makes the cheapest 4 inch suspension lift,i was looking into a tuff country,just wondering if anyone has any knowledge on this ,anything would be apprechiated
Instead of all of us guessing what you drive, why dont you make a signature (under user CP) and let us know what year and model truck you have.
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in his profile it says it is a 97
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lucky.....them TTB trucks are cheap to lift.
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yea currently i have a 93 4x4
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Your life is riding on your truck's suspension. When you modify it, I think your priority should be on the quality, not the price, of the lift. Beyond that though, I'm afraid I can't help you much. I don't know much about Rangers before 98.
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I dont think there's a TTB lift kit out there that's more than $600. taller springs, trailing arms. what else. Not much there. Kyle's right....should be more about quality, rather than price.
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i had a 4 inch rough county lift on my 89 before the sas. alot of people talk junk about them but i never had any problems after i got it on. what i mean by that is that none of the bolt holes lined up. It took alot of time reeming out holes to make it fit. but after it was on i had no problems. rode real stiff that was about it. and it was the cheapest i could find that came with rear springs.
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yea i got you guys i was just wondering i was,just checking the cheapies cause im thinking about not putting alot of money in my truck wich consits of 2 frames other parts and my cab sitting on blocks,i ran into some trouble my frame was bent farther up then i thought it was,but i had a spare frame with a 4.0 out of my parts rig
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I dont think there's a TTB lift kit out there that's more than $600. taller springs, trailing arms. what else. Not much there. Kyle's right....should be more about quality, rather than price.
um, the skyjacker class2 kit is around $1200 or more.
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