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Old 03-03-2005
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I had to put a 7/16" spacer on mine AND pound down the dust cap as much as I could on the front to run the center cap on my Bullitt's.
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Kinda what i figured. What about the rear wheels. You run Spacers on those too? And even after the spacers, does there seem to be enough of the stud left to be held by the lug nuts? I want it to be safe.
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i know im a little late on the response but i have a 2000 4x2 xlt and i have it on 20" status rims with a 3-4 drop and i want it lower so if your riding 17"s i would definitly go lower i dont even come close to rubbing fenders.
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For more info on lowering your Edge go to www.Rangerpowersports.com .:)
Dang man..that's just wrong. This is a Ranger site, not an offroad Ranger site. It's as if you said "Take that crappy lowering nonsense to RPS and get it off our offroad board." We could use more people with lowered trucks so we're a well rounded site and not just for us offroaders.
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i know im a little late on the response but i have a 2000 4x2 xlt and i have it on 20" status rims with a 3-4 drop and i want it lower so if your riding 17"s i would definitly go lower i dont even come close to rubbing fenders.
I just want the tires to look stock on my truck. You may have not have read all of my posts or you would have noticed that i still want to haul things and pull my friends boat.
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Dang man..that's just wrong. This is a Ranger site, not an offroad Ranger site. It's as if you said "Take that crappy lowering nonsense to RPS and get it off our offroad board." We could use more people with lowered trucks so we're a well rounded site and not just for us offroaders.
Its cool, we answered his questions. Besides everyone knows he hates lowered trucks....
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Old 03-09-2005
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Got my lowering kit today. Looks good, I guess, but will look better on my truck. I will have to wait and put it in because my wife's Mustang is getting repainted (some kids egged her car and my truck a month ago and messed up the paint). After we get it painted, I will get the kit in. Then my truck goes into the shop to get painted.

Anyways, any good walk throughs for the lowering process? The info Stylin' Concepts sent with the springs was pretty ghetto. I did a search and didnt find anything. Some help is in order. Also, still need to know if i should put spacers on the rear wheels too or just do the fronts.
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That place just rips people off... I know someone that used to work there..
Exactly what he said. My buddy got bags put on his civic there. They charged him for the top of the line kit but then put on the bottom of the line one. The work they did wasn't all that great either.
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this thread has been dead for over a year bro, it's not worth bringing it back to share an opinion. Genuine questions are a different story. watch out for the date codes man
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