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Old 02-07-2008
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Front and Rear Lifts.

I have a 1999 Ranger XLT with 32" BF G's and want to add some lift without spending $1,900 on a 3" lift kit, and i dislike bodu lifts. Any good ideas?

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Crank dem tbars!! No more than 4 complete clockwise turns...
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2wd or 4wd..

spindle lift.. is cheap(bout 3-400) for 3" lift.

then theres HnM and Camburg that offer 5.5 kit which is a bit more expensive but its a badass spindle- upper arm with uniball instead of ball joint- coil - and shock. 5.5" lift and gives you a little wider stance
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Old 02-08-2008
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yeah if its a 2WD XLT 3" spidles are like $350-400

if its 4WD XLT(torsion bars), you can crank the torsions for an inch or 2 for free
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