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Old 04-27-2006
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ok great sounds good than!
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Old 04-27-2006
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Shane, since you have a 96 Ranger, James Duff's website should definately be in your bookmarks. Also, if you haven't already come across it, www.therangerstation.com has a lot of info on the older TTB Rangers.

As far as the posting, it's just typical forum goings on. I didn't really understand why you were asking if it would work...I mean you even posted the link where the kit was. Part #, Years and models listed...so what was the question? Your best source to see if there wasn't a typo on the page (known to happen) would be to contact the manufacturer and ask if in fact it is available for your year, make and model. Nothing against you, but just a common thing is that some people just get lazy around the boards and post things like "Will this fit my truck?" Unless it's something not specifically manufactured for that yr/make/model, I don't understand it. Now really is there anything WRONG with asking?? NO. Sometimes you just want to double or triple check before putting out money and that's understandable.

As for people complaining about him posting before about a double shock kit, why did you even click on this topic??? Makes no sense. You're like those damn people trying to censor America b/c they don't like the programming. Change the damn channel! You don't have to watch it or hear it or read this topic. There's a title and the poster in the main forum...you know what it's about. So quit complaining about using cyberspace, b/c you just wasted it with that post!

Anyway, Shane, your truck looks good as is and it should look and function even better after the upgrades! Keep it up!
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Old 04-27-2006
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I still say do it!! It would look kickass But... how would you do the rear? Can you buy bvrackets for that kind of thing, or would something have to be fabbed up?
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Old 04-27-2006
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Ha ha! I got rid of TV and cable for that reason. Change the channel? I don't got no stinkin' channels! (Except on XM Radio, and I blocked the "XL" ones...)
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Old 04-27-2006
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Shane, My dad runs James duff twin shock setup on his 90 BII. We installed it when we put in there 3" stage 3 kit, it stiffened up the front alittle bit and we were able to get rid of the swaybar also. They make a very good product and if I had a 97 or older ranger I would use them in a heart beat.

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Old 04-28-2006
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Thanks chad. I guess I'll be running the James Duff.
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