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lift font suspension ranger 2wd

I want to lift the front on my ranger 94 2wd. Because I want to look same of a 4x4

I see that in ebay http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/Ford-...Q5fAccessories

2" is too much high?

I do not want my pick-up to be higher of the front than the rear
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Uhh i dont think that little kit is going to do much for you.. your better of getting the actually BL for your truck imho
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no its not to high but its all the high you can go with out drop brackets and being able to get aligned. and you also need the alignment shims.
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Uhh i dont think that little kit is going to do much for you.. your better of getting the actually BL for your truck imho
that kit will do exactly what he wants he wants to lift the font and level it out. it will do exactly what he wants
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Uhh i dont think that little kit is going to do much for you.. your better of getting the actually BL for your truck imho
Thats a coilspacer...
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I'm not sure exactly how to lift a i-beam truck but I know that "lift" you posted is crap. Anything that has to do with coil spacing is crap just like torsion keys on a t-bar truck.
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Thats a coilspacer...
oh guess i didnt read it well enough
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I'm not sure exactly how to lift a i-beam truck but I know that "lift" you posted is crap. Anything that has to do with coil spacing is crap just like torsion keys on a t-bar truck.
They're better than torsion keys but will make it ride like shat. Lift coils are the way to go IMO.
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there alot cheaper then new coils and alot of people are running around on them and i was thinking of getting them a while ago just never got around to buying one
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