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  1. sebastian323

    Trouble installing front spring on 1996 4x4 Ranger - is a spring compressor needed?

    Hello, I am installing a set of leveling springs (+1.5 inches) on my 1996 4x4 Ranger. I currently have managed to extract the old spring. However, I am having trouble slipping the new springs in. So far I have removed the shocks, the sway bar end links, the old coil spring, and the tie rod ball...
  2. nathantaylor

    Rough Country vs. Skyjacker Leveling Kit

    Starting to look at leveling kits and these seem to be the front runners. I am starting to favor the Skyjacker kit since they come with shocks that I assume are tailored for the extra 1.5" lift in front but was hoping to get some input on which one you think is best. Just looking for daily...
  3. parts to level out a 2wd 97

    Hi guys, i want to know if i need camber bushings on top of the leveling springs and shock extenders I'll use to level my truck. My understanding is that with the lift you cant get the truck aligned with the stock bushings. any help is appreciated
  4. Looking for good leveling Kit

    Hey guys I have a 2002 Ranger XLT regular cabshort bed 2.3L 5 speed 2WD and I am looking for a good leveling kit to level out my truck. Anyone know any good products?
  5. TTB leveling... Springs vs. Spacers

    Well been doing a lot of research the past few days on leveling my 94 4x4. Read a lot of threads and not one has said the better way to go.... I have to buy new springs anyway since i have about 1.5 inches of sag on the drivers side and about an inch on the other. So should i just buy stock...
  6. Factory Spacers

    So I went down to my Ford Parts Counter to get the F150 coil spacers and guess what, there were 22.00 for left side and 47.00 for the right side. So I found the 2" spacers that was 125.00 from some places for 50.00 on Ebay with free shipping.


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