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Old 07-22-2011
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Help on lift

I recently bought a 05 ranger and i cannot seem to find out if it is in fact a stock lift the guy who had it before spray painted some of the parts on the truck. I have 31's on the truck right now.... thanks for the help
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Looks like just a T-bar crank to me.
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Looks like just a T-bar crank to me.
Yeah i just looked it up thanks for the help
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