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those are for a 6" lift......i suggest getting Skyjacker stainless steel lines....

no you will not need alignment bushings...
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those wont work? and how about the wheels?
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those will work but the Skyjacker braided stainless lines are darn near bullet proof

As far as wheels, get a 15x10 with a 5x4.5 bolt pattern and 3.75 backspacing
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4" back spacing wont work? cragar doesnt make soft 8's with 3.75" backspacing
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is there ne way i could lower the carrier bearing or do i have to get a 98+ ext cab driveshaft
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the carrier bearing crossmember is inside the frame rails....you can lower it, but not enough to make any difference......

finding a '98+ 1 piece driveshaft is the easiest option...
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k ill have to start looking then
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i hear in 2000 the transfer case flange is bigger?
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nope transfer case mounting patter has been the same since Rangers have been 4wd.....the only difference is how the front driveshaft mounts to the '98+ t-cases......

if you have an 8.8 rear end, then it doesn't matter, but if you dont you can swap your driveshaft mounting flanges onto the new 1 piece driveshaft.....
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i have a 93 2wd will it be ne cheeper?
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