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Old 12-11-2017
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Superlift With Coil-over Conversion and More

So here is the deal, a couple months back my Ranger was wrecked. I had just finished installing a brand new Superlift with Coil-overs. The new suspension didn't even have 100 miles on it when the truck was wrecked. I posted a checking interest thread and a few people where interested so I stripped the suspension off the truck. (I live in SF Bay Area if anyone is local!!)

INCLUDED IN KIT ((Price: $1900 + shipping O.B.O))

.ME00stepside coil-over conversion kit minus weldable tabs for obvious reasons.

.Superlift kit front only

.Fox coil-overs with Eibach 700lb springs, with extended eyelets, and bump stop mounted on coil over.

.New wheel bearings

.New Rugged Ridge Manual locking Hubs

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I special ordered the lift kit from Superlift so I don't have any of the brackets or parts for the T-bars. Also my rear suspension is where the impact of the crash happened so it's not salvageable. I was planning on doing the skyjackers soft ride leaf conversion anyway, which I would Highly recommend. I left my extended brake lines on the truck and will not be including them in the kit. They are $25 for the pair on amazon and the part #'s are H38894, and H38895. Also I hadn't installed the limit straps yet, I can include them for no extra charge on buyers request.


I know for sure this kit will fit rangers from 98-99. I called Superlift and the only difference in the 98-99 from the 2000+ kit is that a hole is drilled in spindle for the vacuum operated hubs on the 98-99 kit. I ended up plugging the hole after switching to manual hubs anyways. So they would probably work on the 2000+ model rangers maybe someone can correct me if I'm wrong.
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The lift has been sold, but I still have the manual locking hubs and wheel bearings!
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Coilover conversion

Is there any way I can purchase just the coilover brackets by themselves?
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Is there any way I can purchase just the coilover brackets by themselves?
Everything but the manual locking hubs and wheel bearings have been sold.
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So what's the price on those items?



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So what's the price on those items?



GB :)
I'm in about $345 on the manual locking hubs and wheel hub bearings. I could probably let them go for around $280 plus shipping. The wheel hubs are lifetime warranty but I don't know if that would be able to be transferred.
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Would these work on my 2006 and would it be a smart idea since it has live axles, to get better mpgs and less driveline wear?
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Would these work on my 2006 and would it be a smart idea since it has live axles, to get better mpgs and less driveline wear?
I don't think the manual locking hubs would fit. You would probably have to do some sort of conversion from the 98-00 ranger.
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