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Old 01-31-2010
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lowering options

so i tired google not much help for once.
what are my lowering options for my 08 B4000

post them all up cost effective and not, simple and extreme. I would like too know my options
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Old 01-31-2010
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how much drop do you want?? heres a link to rps, hate to link away from this site but they have more on their site pertaining to your needs. Static Drop Lowered Suspension - Ranger Power Sports Forum
check out the "important" threads above the actual threads.
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Old 01-31-2010
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Since you have torsion bars you can't go too low. Maybe 2 inches max before you start hurting ball joints and suck. If you drop cash into a coil system then you can go pretty low.
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