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Just crank your t-bars for about 1 to 1.5" of lift and see what you think of the look and the ride... it's fully reversible if you don't like the ride. You can fit 32's under it with a 1" t-bar crank no problem. I found that a 1" t-bar crank doesn't affect the ride much, actually I like the ride better at a 1" crank, but above 1" it starts to get too stiff but that's just my opinion on my particular truck, you'd have to try it yourself and see what you think...
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Originally Posted by 04RangerDave View Post
I But let me tell you my entire front end is shot. I need New UCA with ball joints, Lower ball joints, new tie rods and a driver side axle. I would just do a 1" BL and leave the suspension stock.
you also have 125k miles on your truck. things are eventually going to wear out.
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