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Looking for a level kit

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I've searched high and low for a level kit for my 2003 Ranger reg. cab, 2wd, 2.3l with coil springs, and I can't find one anywhere. All I want is about 1.5 or 2 inches to make my truck sit right. Does anyone know where I could get one?Or is my particular truck un-levelable?
 


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Oh alright thanks! It seems that everywhere I look I can only find kits for torsion bar suspension or full lift kits.
 

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Yep. Feel fortunate that you have coil springs, I wish I did, instead of torsion bars... but oh well.
 

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i didn't know that 2003 rangers had coilsprings???? I thought that after about 97 everything went to torsion??
 

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Nah, torsion bars were far more common, but a especially on 2WD models the coils were retained.
 

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