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Old 10-26-2008
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susp lift for 99

ok I have a 99 Ranger with a 3 inch lift and some 33's

I'm looking for a suspension lift. about a 3 inch if possible.

where can i find some for cheap.

and also what else would i need to do to the truck after lifting it that much more?

also any rangers with a 3 inch BL and 3 in SL that could post pics to show me what itd look like is greatly appreciated.

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check the sticky on top of this forum........
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didn't really help me to much. butthanks
can anyone else help out
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there is NO 3" 4x4 SLA lift... there is NO cheap/decent 4x4 SLA lift in existence

4" superlift ranging from $1500ish with out driveshaft...

5" RCD lift somewhere around $2300 with out driveshaft...

as said before.. there is a thing called a SEARCH button on the top of the forum find it and make sweet love to it.. this has all been talked in length none of your questions are new..
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Didn't think you could stack a 3 on a 3... IE, you didn't specify whether you were running a Suspension or Body Lift.
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Didn't think you could stack a 3 on a 3... IE, you didn't specify whether you were running a Suspension or Body Lift.
he did... SL is short for Suspension lift.. or "superlift"
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he did... SL is short for Suspension lift.. or "superlift"
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ok I have a 99 Ranger with a 3 inch lift and some 33's
He just said he has a 3" lift, never said SL or BL. He DID however say he wanted a 3" SL, therefore I made my comment on stacking SL's.
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well seeing as the ONLY 3 inch lift kit MADE for 98-up 4x4 rangers is a Body Lift i would figure he has one. and he is looking for a suspension lift. so no you cannot double stack a 3inch lift. you could but you would be retarted.
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not true, the superlift is technically a 3-4 inch kit according to superlift........
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not true, the superlift is technically a 3-4 inch kit according to superlift........
and its sold as a 4inch lift.
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If you want to get technical you could get 0" of lift out of the superlift by flipping your torsion keys.
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Did you read the title of the thread?
thank you i was done arguing with him.. lol
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alright well thanks for the help haha
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go to fatbobsgarage.com
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Why bring up a 2 month old thread with a link to a site that sells crap parts?
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go to fatbobsgarage.com
wow that helped alot... thank you for the insite ...wtf.....wtf....
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