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Lowering help

I would like to put lowering coil overs and sway bars on the ranger, I want to make the suspension as stiff as possable if anyone has any thing to help me lemme know
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What's the specs on your ranger?
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Something to consider is your pinion angle. Coil overs will slam it pretty hard.
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Something to consider is your pinion angle. Coil overs will slam it pretty hard.
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Get some drop beams for the front, Flip kit for the rear and a Bronco 2 rear sway bar and you'll be good
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ok kool i wanted to throw some coil overs on it from a bmw or sometng maybe a mustang anyone hear of that being done? and as far as the sway bars ima get some helwig front and rear
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^^^^ This, putting coil overs all the way around takes some fabrication. You are better off doing what Casper said. My truck had coil overs before the bag set up. It was in the weeds back then.

Casper have you seen that white single cab with lime green 15''s?
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yup I have
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haha that is the one. That is a low *** static drop for a Ranger. Borla could you do something like this?
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I would consider it, I want to track the truck I could do any form of fabrication as far as mounting the coil overs i am not looking to make a mini truck, but i do want a lowered, stiff well handling track truck
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