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susp. question

can i just buy some like 4" blocks and 5" or so springs and use that for a lift??
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Since you have the Edge model ranger, you can't use springs to lift your truck because it has torsion bars. You have to spindle lift it, which will give you pretty decent height or you could long travel or solid-axle-swap it if you have $$$.
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so i can spindle lift the front like 3-4" and what about the back...?
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spindles are 3" for the front

and for the rear add a leaf (aal) shackles

or if you want blocks
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Def. go with add a leafs better ride, wont run the risk of axle wrap like you would with blocks.
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does anyone have a pic of a 3" lift with spindels and leafs?
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Def. go with add a leafs better ride, wont run the risk of axle wrap like you would with blocks.
dumb question: how and where do you get aal
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i didnt see it their
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my year isnt on their, i have an 03
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i'm pretty sure it's the exact same..could be mistaken though, i'm sure someone will chime in and confirm.
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Just do blocks its alot easier
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do i do 1" shoter in the ack to get the body level?
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