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Old 06-23-2013
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Identify this lift?

I just bought an 04 ranger. 4wd basic and I was wondering if anyone can identify what size lift it has. Looks like a 4" suspension lift. The rear is definatly 4"'s of blocks and the tires are 245's. any help on possible tire sizes that you guys think would look nice on a daily driver would be appreciated also. It rides pretty smooth as well so I don't believe the torsion keys have been done but the only experience I have with that is 9 years ago when I cranked my GMC's torsion bars and it made the ride like a tractor.
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probably a 4" superlift because they come with 4" blocks for the rear.

picture of the front crossmember? if it has a square bar going across then its a superlift
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Yep it has the square crossmember. Any suggestions for tire sizes? I had 35's on my 2010 wrangler and my ram and I don't want anything that giant again but would like the wheel wells to fill out a bit better
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Any suggestions for tire sizes?

I wouldn't go any smaller than 33's on a truck that has a Superlift installed.

I think some guys have ran 285/75/16's in combination with it though.
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Common guys you should be positive its a superlift. Look at the t-bars :p
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Common guys you should be positive its a superlift. Look at the t-bars :p
True they look horrendous! Time for a coilover swap...
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Definitely Superlift, 33's will look good
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