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Old 11-07-2010
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lift coils

anyone know of any companies that make 3 in front lift coils?
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98-10 Ford Ranger 3" Lift Springs

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Would you need to get different UCA's if you wanted to put these on? I had these guys put a spindle lift on my truck, and less than a year later I had to take it in to the shop to replace all 4 ball joints. I'm just wondering since I had them do totally new upper and lower control arms (just to be thorough) would I be wasting my money and just causing these new parts to wear out prematurely again with these coils?

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You won't need UCA's with the 2" springs. But if you go with the 3" springs than you will need UCA's because your stock upper ball joint will pretty much be resting on the coil bucket.
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