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Old 12-06-2009
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Icon5 two question's about a 95 and a 98

the question for the 94 the 94 is 2wd torsion bar but do you need a special tool to grank them


and for the 98 do you need a bearing press for the front uppers
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there are no 93-97 2wd torsion bar rangers that i know of. 93-97 2wd have twin i-beam with radius arm. no cranking radiums like torsion bars.
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o ok i thot thay where just old school torsion thanks ill look at them agen cus my plan is to drop this truck on a budget
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very easy to drop Gen3 rangers! As well as lift them :)
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thanks for helping so far guys now i just need the help on the 98 its more inportant cus it is my dd
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i cant figure out what you need to do to the 98
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and for the 98 do you need a bearing press for the front uppers
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thanks for the help
What are you talking about? What upper bearing? You talking upper balljoint? You've gotta buy an entire replacement arm w/ joint...you can't replace just the balljoint unless your running Moog upper arms.
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Wow. Try typing out full words and full sentences so we can understand what you are asking.

Best I can do is guess at this... The upper balljoints on the 98 ranger do not normally come out of the control arm, you separate the knuckle/spindle from the control arm. There is a pinch bolt on the knuckle. Remove it completely, and hit the bottom of the upper control arm to separate it.
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yea i no i need the hole upper i just need to no if i need a press to put it back in thanks
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