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Old 11-09-2007
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suspension help.

i have a 2000 ranger, 5 speed, 2wd, 3.0L, i already did a import style air filter.(it works). i want to do a lift to it. not a body lift a real lift, ive overheard something about a jeep coils up front and chevy shakles? if so what year of jeep and chevy. if anyone can give me ideas or examples ied apriciate it.

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Old 11-14-2007
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i think the jeep coild would be for use on a pre98 truck with i beams. you can get 3" spindles, lift springs, and upper arms for your year. springs and arms will give you 2-3 more inches so 5-6 inches total. how high do you want to lift it and whats your budget?

chevy drop shackles for an S-10 actually lift rangers, but im not sure what year works.
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