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So i know there are a million posts about lifting rangers and ive looked around and done some research but hey im new to forum. Ive got a 07 XLT 4x4 and i just want to make sure all this will work. Im going to put some 285/75/16 truxxus mts on a 16x8 rim. to fit those im going to crank my t-bars and then install a Belltech 6400 shackle on my rear springs. I would love to buy a superlift but im a broke college kid so im just making sure all this will work before i invest. any input? thanks
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It will work, but will rub. If you bought a 3" body lift it would be perfect.
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It will work, but will rub. If you bought a 3" body lift it would be perfect.
Even a tbar crank and shackles would clear 285s
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Even a tbar crank and shackles would clear 285s
Not saying it won't work, but it will occasionally rub, especially off-road. I can get my 285's to rub even with the amount of lift I have.
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Not saying it won't work, but it will occasionally rub, especially off-road. I can get my 285's to rub even with the amount of lift I have.
Yeh depends strictly on driving style i suppose, also off set on the rim
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