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Spindle Lift Question!

I am looking at some fabtech spindles(FTS9800-70) they say they are for 98-00 2wd rangers. Will these work on my 4WD 2002??
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No they won't.
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do you know if they make any for 4wd?
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They don't make lift spindles for 4wd.

Your only options for a 4wd are as follows,

-Superlift 4"
-Used RCD 5.5" lift (they stopped making them)
-Dixon bro's long travel kit
-Body lift
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