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Old 11-24-2008
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No 3" spindles for the EDGE?

I was talking to my friend's cousin who's got a shop and he sells all kinds of stuff for lifting trucks, wheels and whatnot, and i asked him if he could hook me up with some spindles for my EDGE and he said no, they don't make spindles for the EDGE, he mentioned something about that they just sell a whole kit or something not spindles, that they sell them but they don't tell you they're not meant for the EDGE, and i'm like WTF i've seen here on the forums and on the internet and he's like nope don't argue with me this is what i do for living blah blah, so now i'm confused, my plans are (were?) to get 3.5" spindles from fabtech (or anywhere else) and 32's and that's it.

Can someone clear this up for me? what's the deal?
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http://www.fabtechmotorsports.com/ap...angeredge.html

Give him the part numbers, they are listed there on Fabtech's site
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your cousins friend is retarted they do make lift spindles for the edge's
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well that's good to know i wasn't 100% positive that's why i didn't argue, and yeah i think he's retarded if he didn't know he could've just said "i'm not sure" too bad for him i was gonna get new spindles, tires and rims from him...

thx for the quick reply
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oh i love argueing with people that aren't in the 'ranger know'. i was told one time ranger edges have COMPLETELY different bumpers than xlt's.....COMPLETELY different shape and size. It was quite halarious.

Good luck with your ordering of your spindles.
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I was told from 4wheelparts when looking around for deals on my 5-pts. that you can ONLY run Beard in Rangers, Crow in Toyota's, and DJ Safety in Chevrolets.

Doetsch/Bullseye/Pro Comp, Fabtech, and other manufacturers make them. I had Fabtech on my first truck and Pro-Comp/Bullseye on this truck back in the day and I preferred the Pro-Comp/Bullseye spindles for clearance reasons. Fabtechs gave me problems with the brake stops (and they didn't include any in their kit).
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