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Quick noob questions

Hey guys, new to this forum, I just bought an 02 Ranger Edge 2wd. Always been a VW man, so this truck stuff is new too me.

Now, I have the edge 2wd. From what I am reading on this site, I have the 4wd suspension on my truck, even though it's only a 2wd?

I want to get a new set up shocks, I'm not really looking for anything like the skyjacker kit, just some new, beefier shocks. I read that Rancho is a good brand.

Anything else I should buy when I get the shocks? I know in the VW world, you want to buy all new bushings (Control arm, sway, etc) usually too. I assume that's the case here aswell?

Any good websites I can get that stuff on, besides summit, and stuffforyourranger?

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