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I have a 2002 ford ranger FX4 4.0, i have a set of 15inch rims with 33's that just barely fit with torsion bars cranked. I have nice set of 17s with smaller tires but i would like to get 35's on my 17s and a 4" suspension lift is ridiculously pricey. I was wondering what the best way to go about it is, 3" body lift? 3" or 4" suspension ext ext. Any help would be appreciated thanks guys!
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Back in the day.. Guys wouldn't really run 35's on these baby trucks without a true double lift - meaning 3" body AND 4" suspension lift.

Plus for 35's.. You would want to regear as well.

35's are no joke and your truck will hate you for it if you try to half-*** things.
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