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I want a set for a stock height ranger. Wouldn't that be a good idea? I think a few more people would want some for just stock height. I sure would buy a set if you made them.
The mounts go into the stock shock bracket on the frame and one goes onto the lower control arm. I think you'd be fine on a stcok height ranger...just get the right coilover.
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Put me down for a set of those "98+ Ranger coil-over conversion brackets"/"98+ Ranger Torsion bar eliminator bracket kits"!!
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These wouldn't work for a coil sprung truck, right? or do i have it easier for such a swap??
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just use those brackets and get shorter coilovers on for the stock height.... im sure all it would take was a bit of measuring to find the right size coilovers
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Put me down for a set of those "98+ Ranger coil-over conversion brackets"/"98+ Ranger Torsion bar eliminator bracket kits"!!

dude you crack me up
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if anyone happens to have a spare upper shock mount laying around or know of a place they could get one, id love to have it. would make fabbing these things up a helluvalot easier and quicker..
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Put me down for a set of those "98+ Ranger coil-over conversion brackets"/"98+ Ranger Torsion bar eliminator bracket kits"!!
Smart azz! lol
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I'll do it for a stock height. Keep me posted!
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I'll do it for a stock height. Keep me posted!
I would like stock height too.
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I'd more then likely be in, pending price.
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im working on coming up with a price. im going to make an upper and lower this weekend/next week and see what total cost would be to make it all. ill keep yall posted
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Sweet, thanks.
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Just post up their number and have EVERYONE call even if they cant use it to ask for them!
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What do you think Jake....move this to suspension section?
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sure man... i was gonna do it in there the first time but i didnt want to be the moron mod that put his thread in the wrong section. lol
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i should get some profits here
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I'm pissed I didn't buy them things off you when I had money!
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id be interested for stock height. as long as it doesnt cost me an arm and a leg.
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id be interested for stock height. as long as it doesnt cost me an arm and a leg.

nahh just a few fingers
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I'm pissed I didn't buy them things off you when I had money!
he got one hell of a deal too!

...still kickin' myself for that one haha
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id be interested for stock height. as long as it doesnt cost me an arm and a leg.
you might be able to pull something off.. if your feelin fancy I'm sure a shop could build you some hoops for the full "conversion length" coil over..
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he got one hell of a deal too!

...still kickin' myself for that one haha

yea you have a way with these deals. the coilovers, the gears. i love you man. no homo.
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I'd be interested pending price. Would make converting the front to QA1's super easy (I think). Haha...

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I'll do it for a stock height. Keep me posted!
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I would like stock height too.
I think you guys missed Dangerranger01's comment. This brackets wouldn't have anything to do with your ride height. All they do is beef up the shock mounts to accept a coilover and be able to support the entire weight of the truck, since your T-Bars are disappearing. Your ride height is all going to be determined by the Coilover length / Spring Rate.

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The mounts go into the stock shock bracket on the frame and one goes onto the lower control arm. I think you'd be fine on a stcok height ranger...just get the right coilover.
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Depending on price I would be in for a set.
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