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Do i need to purchase SL's drive shaft for this lift?
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Yes. The stock one will wear out fast.

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Yes, you will need it. You can make your own version too.
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You can do what Shane did...
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https://www.ranger-forums.com/forum2...riveshaft.html



Yes you'll need it eventually. My stocker lasted less than 5,000 miles, and the lift when on when the truck had about 70,000. My alternative to the SL shaft ran me just under $300, using brand spankin' new parts and brand new shaft. Can be done for under $200 if using a junkyard 95-97 Expo shaft.
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