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matthew1992ya

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Where can I get some stiffer springs but keep the same ride height on my 94 ranger are what are some good springs for a 302 build. Thanks Matt
 


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going to be on the street mostly. just want something that's going to support the engine and not jump up and down.
 

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Ranger ttb springs are stiff. 302 only weighs like 100 lbs more than a 4.0 try it with your stock springs if there not stiff enough buy springs from leveling kit or the alike. Rough country lift springs are stupid stiff. Too Flex the ttb you need around 325 ppi. RC lift coils are north of 400
 

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guess I should mention I have a 2wd ha. my springs and shocks are worn out. if I do end up getting springs from a leveling kit is it gonna change my ride height a lot r just a little.

sorry not the best with suspension unless its replaceing something with what came out.
 

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Not sure if its just 4x4 models. Think its all of them. The rear end is 2 inch higher than the front so it levels out when you haul heavy crap this is why you do get a true 4 inch lift in the back.

Leveling coil will make your front match the rear ride height. Try f150 coils maybe. There's a little in the tech section about them. I mean they put them under a 5.0. Pretty sure there stiffer they do add lift and a rougher ride when put in a rbv
 


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