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Old 12-18-2009
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hmmmm maybe however i looked on ebay for lift spacers and it kept giving me spindle things. is that what you mean??
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Here. My experiences.

I used to have these before I upgraded to the Fabtech 2.5", they worked great. Pick up some of these in 2" so you can get a good alignment. They also have a 'warranty', so the guy will replace them if they go bad. They are easy to install without even pulling apart the suspension, except the shock.

1998-2009 FORD RANGER 2WD Front 3" Coil Spacer Lift Kit:eBay Motors (item 120506664345 end time Dec-21-09 1959 PST)
Alignment cams run about $15-25 depending on the store. Pick some up from napa or pep boys. You need a set of two per side in order to align your suspension after modifying it.
Spindles are pricier, but will retain ride quality.
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