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Upper A-Frames

I drive a 2004 Ford Ranger Edge 4x4 4.0L. It has a 4.5" lift in the front and a 3" lift in the rear. My A-Frames are sitting on my chassis causing a rough ride. I tried looking for a spindle lift but their are not many options with a 4x4. How do I fix this?
 
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the reason why you can't find a spindle lift is because they are for 2wd
 
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Originally Posted by djfllmn View Post
the reason why you can't find a spindle lift is because they are for 2wd

Actually, some companies do make them for 4WD Rangers, but only as part of the whole kit.

https://superlift.com/product-detail/K358

https://www.roughcountry.com/ford-su...kit-43130.html

I dunno...call them up and see if they can separate for only the spindles. Can't hurt to ask
 
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Take the torsion keys out, reinstall a set of stock ones, and that will solve both the control arm issue, as well as your rough ride.
 
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