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Old 04-06-2009
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I have a thought....

Ok so i am wanting to get somewhere around 2-3 inches of lift on my stock 2wd 98 ford ranger. There is a local guy with a 4x4 who wrecked his 99 ranger, can i take off the spindles on his and get the 2-3 inches of lift outta the front end? or coils or anything of that sort....thanks guys!
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I'm gonna go with no... I remember seeing something about using f-150 coils to get a little lift, I think it was on RPS or something.
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the only thing you can use would be the rear lift blocks.....thats it....try to see if he has an 8.8 though....
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You could redo your entire front suspension and convert to 4wd.
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