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Old 04-10-2010
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Ranger lift help

Hello fellow ranger owners. I decided that i would like to lift my 96 ranger 2wd nothing to extreme or crazy looking for something in the area of 4-5" So i have been browsing the web and noticed that this can be a very expensive project. So i decide to check craigslist and i found one here in my town for sell i talked to the owner and he said that it is for ranger 83-96 and explorer 90-94. said it was a trail master 4" suspension lift for the front. He said that if i wanted to buy it that i would have to also buy shocks for the front and also shackles and blocks for the rear. I met up with him to take a look at it and there's no box or anything to identify what the brand of the lift is. I need one for 2wd so i don't know how to tell the difference by just looking at brackets. I posting a pic or link of it maybe someone might be able to tell what it is. Long post srry

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