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Old 10-02-2009, 06:43 PM
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Question posible lifts for a 95?

im looking for a good kit not to expensive wat would be a good lift for my truck im looking for a 6"
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Old 10-09-2009, 06:40 PM
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CHEAP rough country BUT it all depends on what kind of lift 6 im thinking your tallking sus. there about 700 im wanting to say. but there are mixed signals i receive on rough country so i would read more in to them and make a decision from there
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Old 10-09-2009, 09:24 PM
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ok and yes i want a sus. to me body lifts look dumb but thats me. i no there is a dbs for around 900 for the 6" but i dont no if dbs is a good brand
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Old 10-11-2009, 01:40 PM
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rough country doesn't make a 6" lift for rangers

check skyjacker, superlift, i think tuff country MIGHT, i don't believe they do though... but if you're actually gonna wheel your truck i'd stick with a skyjacker lift
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93 ranger ext. cab 4.0L auto 6" SJ/custom lift--37" super swamper truxs M/T tires--lock rite locker w/ 4.56 gears up front--warn hubs--exploder 8.8 w/ disc brakes 4.56 gears and detriot locker--one-piece driveline--bushwacker cut-out flares--Bilstein 5150 shocks--2 10" xcite subs w/ 1600W Crunch amp-- tinted windows

waiting for: dual steering stabilizer, put on 3" body lift(in my room), dual shock setup, electric fan, possible SAS with a waggy D44
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Old 10-11-2009, 04:46 PM
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my friend has wheeled his trucks and it just trashes his trucks i would rather have it for looks and just off roading getting back in to riding areas
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Old 10-11-2009, 11:04 PM
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well since ya won't actually wheel you MIGHT be able to get away with a rough country(i wouldn't do it) cause one of the brackets might punch a hole in your front diff(it did to mine!!!) anyways, tuff country would work but they don't make a 6" kit...

the only ones who make a 6" kit that would be anywhere within your budget level are skyjacker and superlift... but the kits that have the extension drop that make clearance issues with your front diff are trail master, rough country and BDS... SO stay away from those ones(in my opinion).
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93 ranger ext. cab 4.0L auto 6" SJ/custom lift--37" super swamper truxs M/T tires--lock rite locker w/ 4.56 gears up front--warn hubs--exploder 8.8 w/ disc brakes 4.56 gears and detriot locker--one-piece driveline--bushwacker cut-out flares--Bilstein 5150 shocks--2 10" xcite subs w/ 1600W Crunch amp-- tinted windows

waiting for: dual steering stabilizer, put on 3" body lift(in my room), dual shock setup, electric fan, possible SAS with a waggy D44
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Old 10-12-2009, 04:00 PM
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ok thank you ill check in to skyjacker and superlift
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Old 10-15-2009, 05:57 AM
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yup no problem... for a 6" though, you better expect to pay at least $800 new(blocks in the back and w/o extended radius arms).

check this webpage out though, it'll help ya with prices... i've found they are one of the best out there(with good lifts available)== http://www.trsfabandoffroad.com/prod...body_lifts.htm


OH, and you can always check James Duff... GREAT LIFT, but $$$$... dunno how much exactly too scared to ask haha.
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93 ranger ext. cab 4.0L auto 6" SJ/custom lift--37" super swamper truxs M/T tires--lock rite locker w/ 4.56 gears up front--warn hubs--exploder 8.8 w/ disc brakes 4.56 gears and detriot locker--one-piece driveline--bushwacker cut-out flares--Bilstein 5150 shocks--2 10" xcite subs w/ 1600W Crunch amp-- tinted windows

waiting for: dual steering stabilizer, put on 3" body lift(in my room), dual shock setup, electric fan, possible SAS with a waggy D44
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Old 10-15-2009, 05:58 AM
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it has body lifts and suspension lifts... so you could even stack lifts. thats my plan plan on getting 9" of lift between suspension and body
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93 ranger ext. cab 4.0L auto 6" SJ/custom lift--37" super swamper truxs M/T tires--lock rite locker w/ 4.56 gears up front--warn hubs--exploder 8.8 w/ disc brakes 4.56 gears and detriot locker--one-piece driveline--bushwacker cut-out flares--Bilstein 5150 shocks--2 10" xcite subs w/ 1600W Crunch amp-- tinted windows

waiting for: dual steering stabilizer, put on 3" body lift(in my room), dual shock setup, electric fan, possible SAS with a waggy D44
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