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2011 Ranger LIFT


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just wondering some other opinions on the best lift for my 2011 ranger...its 4x4.

also where should i get rims? tirerack doesnt seem to have the ones i like. im looking for the baja style rims with 9 holes or so.
 


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just wondering some other opinions on the best lift for my 2011 ranger...its 4x4.

also where should i get rims? tirerack doesnt seem to have the ones i like. im looking for the baja style rims with 9 holes or so.

You want to mess with the suspension on a brand new truck??????? Not a good idea.....buy an older beater 4x4 like everyone else and jack it up.
To find the Eagle wheel Baja's........GOOGLE.
http://www.eaglewheels.com/index.htm
 
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I wouldn't wanna mess with a new truck either but if you got money to do so then hey why not haha my personal choice for rims like that would be the american racing baja rims and if your gonna lift it there's cheap ways to do it for show or more expensive ways for functionality
 

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Your only affordable option for an actual suspension lift is the 4" kit offered by Superlift.
 

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superlift or find a used RCD but they are pretty hard to find
 

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im just looking for a level right now but maybe i should wait for the lift and save some money for this superlift. And why wouldnt i wanna mess with a new truck? its better than an old one. an old one would have every nut and bolt break, f that. ive done swaps and stuff in supras and celicas and now im moving towards trucks so i would asuume the same.
 

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Pre keys. The '06 and newer (I think) trucks came lower from the factory than the previous model years. You want to torsion keys from an older torsion bar 4x4 ranger. '98 to '05 if I'm correct with my years. Or you can just crank the t-bars but that will make the truck ride stiffer (and handle better).
 


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