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This would be considered Coil suspension right?

I am getting ready to buy lower ball joints and am having a brain fart, I believe this is a coil set up but correct me if I am wrong please. Thanks

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Looks like coilover suspension to me!
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I am making sure these are the lowers that I need

"MOOG Part # K8771T {Ball Joint}
Frt Susp; Lower; 2WD; w/coil spring susp.; Problem Solver"
From: http://www.rockauto.com/catalog/x,ca...parttype,10070
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naw just coils. but yea.. its not the torsion bar crap

this is a coilover
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I am making sure these are the lowers that I need

"MOOG Part # K8771T {Ball Joint}
Frt Susp; Lower; 2WD; w/coil spring susp.; Problem Solver"
From: http://www.rockauto.com/catalog/x,ca...parttype,10070
So thats a yes, these are the ones I need?
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if the year is right, it should
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yes those are the ones you need.
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Thanks guys
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thats a mcferson strut susp i believe the technical term is. lol
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no evan a "mcferson strut susp" is one that also turns and has a tie rod attached to it lol
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i think that is the first time i have seen the coil setup on a newer ranger
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