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Old May 2nd, 2009, 12:09 AM   #1
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i am looking for a decent lift for my ranger i was at least a 4.5" or
more doesnt have to be new, no junk but try me nothing smaller
i already have a 2" and want to get some bigger tires... around 35's to 38's
so pm me or leave it here. also this truck has TTB no IFS lifts
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Old May 2nd, 2009, 12:31 AM   #2
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i got four inch coils and shocks but thats it. and you will need alot more than 4"s to tuck 35s
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i got four inch coils and shocks but thats it. and you will need alot more than 4"s to tuck 35s
not on a 93-94 body style he wont with 4 inchs of lift they will fit but rub when flexed out i Ran 35s on my ranger(94) with a 5.5 and i cleared 35s with next to no rub at all so with a 4 inch there will be a little bit of rubbing but nothing trimming the fender flair wont cure.
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oh cuz my 95 had 6" skyjacker and 33s and rubbed
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well apperantly you got hoed
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oh cuz my 95 had 6" skyjacker and 33s and rubbed
pretty normal, i have about 8" on my Bronco 2 and 33's will rub with no cutting, time for some cutout flares.

I have some 4" coil springs and 1" spacers if your interested, they ride nice. PM me if interested, and i have that tcase as well , lets make a deal.
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I have 9 Inchs and my 35"s clear.
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They should if not something is wrong, i am stock with 31's and there is no
rubbing any other offers?
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