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Old 11-07-2008
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http://info.rockauto.com/Spicer/Deta...&6122025-5.jpg this goes up to 4+ degrees i want to lift it with a 2 inch spring with 1.5 spacer would this work to staiten it up
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http://info.rockauto.com/Spicer/Deta...&6122025-5.jpg this goes up to 4+ degrees i want to lift it with a 2 inch spring with 1.5 spacer would this work to staiten it up
i don't think your camber is going to be too bad. But why not just grab a pair of drop brackets and run those to help with the camber caster problem you are gonna have? That would be the easiest way.
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anything over 3 inches up or down on a ibeam truck is not alignable without drop brackets. Mine was 3.75 out with just coil spacers.
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ok thatk thats what i thought
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A full 4in lift is only 500 bucks for our trucks. Kinda good when you look at the newer rangers lift prices. HAHA but brakets suck, i thought about trying to make some but talked myself out of it.
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http://www.jcwhitney.com/autoparts/I...26845010612293

what about this lift i now i need shocks
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Thats the kit i was looking at. It seems well rounded and not bad priced.
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i think thats what get
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Either that or pro comp thats what im rockin and it hasn't let me down yet. Personally though i can't wait to get rid of it lol.
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rancho makes a great 2'' one for you guys. a little more money but a great system
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rancho makes a great 2'' one for you guys. a little more money but a great system
true dat!
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ill have to check that out
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