Air Shocks anyone?
Due to the heavy offroading I used to do and the weight of my front bumper, my torsion bars were dead. I replaced them about 3 months ago, and although the ride is better I still can"t get the truck to sit level. With the bars cranked it still has the factory looking ride height. I figured this must be from the weight of the bumper, and i would just have to live with it. I was bored today, so I started looking at diff. suspension, upgrades available, to try and solve my issue. I came across Gabriel Hijacker air shocks. They may be just what I need to get the front level again. The only problem is, they don't make them for a ranger. I'm gonna call the tech. line tomorrow, and see if they can match some up with the correct dimensions. I might have to do some light fab. work, but if it works it would be great. Anyone ever tried this on a ranger? I've heard of toyota owners doing it, with success.
2003 Ranger FX4 level II. 3" BL, 33x12.50 GT Radial Mud Claws, Custom front and rear bumpers with winch hookups, custom flatbed, with hi-lift, and full size spare mount, 12,000 lb winch mounted under bed, Electric fan, and of course a flowmaster.