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Suspension Tech General discussion of suspension for the Ford Ranger.

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ok i want a good suspension for good grip and for good handling. i dont want to lower my truck any. i want stock height. what type of setup should i have??
im a 98 2wd xlt 3.0 soon to be 5.0(thats why i want good grip and handling)
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Look up Roush as I believe they have a kit (same one used for the Thunderbolt Rangers). Another company that offers new front coils and rear springs comes to mind, just can't think of the name
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