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can anyone point me in the right direction to getting a suspension lift for an 08 ford ranger thats 2wd. thanks
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CAMBURG!!!!

that is all.
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can anyone point me in the right direction to getting a suspension lift for an 08 ford ranger thats 2wd. thanks
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hey dude welcome to the forums from austin.

it depends on what you are looking for.

if your just looking to clear 33s you could go for a 3 inch body lift. cheap, like a few hundred bucks.

im set up with a suspension lift. 3 inch lift spindles in the front with a mild torsion bar crank. and blocks with beltech chevy drop shackles holding up the rear

you can do both of these if you want to go bigger

camburg is sick ****. long travel stuff. thats what you should do

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thanks for the help what is camburg?
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Suspension lift is the way to go if you want ground clearance, but if you just want the look go for the cheaper body lift and you'll still be able to fit bigger tires. Now if you want to for 35's get a body lift and a suspension lift.
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Is the truck just an XLT? or is it a sport? They have different suspension setups so we have to know that.

What size tires do you want? How high do you wanna go.


XLT:
For 08s I think they have (correct me if im wrong) the fabtech kits that are 5.5in lifts. Then theres body lifts which are cheap and just give you the clearance for tires.
Camburg of course, but thats mucho dollars.


Sport:
Torsion crank, free.
Fabtech spindles 5-6" lift.
camburg.
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i have the fabtech spindle lift(800) and body lift (250) on 35 a/t. 01 2wd xlt.
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