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Ranger Edge long travel input please


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Aug 26, 2009
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Orange County CA
so... you want to make your own drop brackets? personally, i would use the stock frame mounting points and build a sub frame connecting those mounts to keep them from bending/breaking.

since you're fabricating this yourself, i would honestly say build a new spindle and have it utilize a bolt on hub. blitzkrieg sells a snout block for like 150/pair that you can bolt a d35 off an older 4x4 ranger/explorer to, a d44, or anyone's race hub. the stock ranger snouts and bearings do not like big tires and the beating of off roading at higher speeds. you can also build a few inches of lift into the spindle so you get some added ground clearance.

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