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My Plans For My 2x4 Ranger Sport

2007RangerSport

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This is MY RANGER! :)

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I WANT to lift My 2007 Ranger Sport 2x4/w Torsion Bars! I havnt done ANYTHING Suspension wise yet. (other than crank my T-Bars) and i like how my truck sits on 31x10.50s. (Really Hot)


I am stuck between two lifts:

1. Camburg 2wd Entry Level 6.0 Kit
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2. Fabtech 3" Spindle Lift Kit
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I understand that The Camburg is $1700
and the Fabtech is $800
and the fabtech actaully "lifts" the truck
and the camburg gives you more ground clearence and wheel travel
(ITS SO HARD TO MAKE UP MY MIND)!


no matter which way i go i am going to get the Fiberwerx (Ranger TT Fenders/Bedsides)
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i am going to Put 33x12.50 General Grabbers on it i could easely do 35s but thats just to much for my 3.0 and i dont want to re-gear MY 8.8 w/4.10s
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Go with the camburg if you can afford it. They make some bad ass stuff
 

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I've been doin lots of reading on both
 

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How much lift did you get with cranking the t-bars? I am looking to do the same thing.
 

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Nice looking truck! And if you're gonna do a spindle lift go with doetsch. Way cheaper ($$) and built pretty solid from what 06XLT has said about them.

How much lift did you get with cranking the t-bars? I am looking to do the same thing.
I got an inch and a half outta mine. But I did not crank them all the way either.
 

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Back off on your torsion bars a little to get back some droop travel, get some good remote resi shocks, 33x10.5's, glass front fenders, chevy 64's out back with a shackle flip, pull the bedsides, and your truck would look tits :icon_thumby:
 

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I thought the doetesh wasn't for Tbar 2x4 07 ranger?

And I got maybe 1.5-2 (level)

And I'm going Fabtech 3" PA 3" BL
And 35x12s
 

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And I didn't crank all the way on both

I cranked equal turns until 1 maxed out. (Saves stock ride)
 

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