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Old 05-30-2011, 02:27 PM
brinker88 brinker88 is offline
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Default Re: Anyone know a Cheap lift???

You can always go the cheap route and stack washers up upder your coil. Cheap and easy. You'll need a 3" diameter washer with 3/4" hole through it. Also need 2 new longer bolts 3/4 bolt by I believe 8 inches long. That's for the front, and for the rear, get chevy shackles and stock blocks from a 2wd F150 (one inch taller than stock ranger block). New u=bolts for the rear and you're good to go. Looking at probably $150 total plus an alignment if you need it. Thats the CHEAP route, which i would NOT do if yuo plan on Daily driving it. Otherwise, get yourself some leveling coils and some shackles for the rear. Good luck and happy wrenching.

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Originally Posted by cdawall View Post
i believe you are incorrect. hence why you see a bunch of them old rangers running 235/75R15s on the 2WD vs 265/75R15 on the 4x4s
Actually 2wd ranger coils are taller than 4wd coils due to the thinner I-beam in them.
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