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Suspension Lift Question on 99 2wd

Does anyone know anything about this lift?

1998 - current 2wd Ford Ranger Lift 3 "

Looks like it is lift springs. Besides an alignment, would I need anything else for the front?
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well, upper control arms, and a camber kit
pluss i would get something different for the rear, aluminum blocks tend to break!...it might just be cheaper to get it from somewhere else
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i dont see the brand of the lift. the spacers i have were cheaper. and i didnt need to buy anything else with them. probly could use a uper control arm idk. but anyways if your looking to do a lift with coil spring i would say buy camburg. there like $250 new i think. if you just want something thats good and cheap buy daystar coil spring spacers for a 99 f150
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You will need upper control arms for 3" springs. I would go with spindles instead.
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i also dont c the brand nd ya id go with spacers, there a bit cheeper
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You'd need a camber kit, an alignment and new shocks at the very least...They are probably 2" springs and 2" blocks.
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