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Old 09-13-2012
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A question on a lift idea(OR)

I am running out of options because I just can't find a RCD lift for a 4x4...
But I found this lift on Ebay:98-10 Ford Ranger Tremor 6" LIFT KIT 05 06 07 08 09 | eBay
I don't know if it works or what not but I would love from someone to hear if it does.
It's a tremor 6inch lift....
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Nevermind it's a 2wd lift.
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There is an RCD in the classified section. Or buy a superlift and the coil over brackets and it will essentially be the same.
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There is an RCD in the classified section. Or buy a superlift and the coil over brackets and it will essentially be the same.
x2 basically your only options at this point.

I just got damn lucky about three months ago and came across a brand new (still in the box) RCD setup and jumped on it. However, before that I was leaning towards getting the Superlift and performing the coilover conversion.
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There is an RCD in the classified section. Or buy a superlift and the coil over brackets and it will essentially be the same.
I tried looking and couldn't find the RCD lift you were talking about. Would the coil over brackets be expensive along with the coilovers themselves
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I tried looking and couldn't find the RCD lift you were talking about.
Click for info: https://www.ranger-forums.com/suspen...ift-nj-134638/

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Would the coil over brackets be expensive along with the coilovers themselves
Click for info: https://www.ranger-forums.com/suspen...4/#post2013944

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^ What he said.
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New Jersey to Oregon, shipping..... And it looks pretty beat up..
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Shipping would only be a couple hundred and its used but not beat up.
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