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ranger_ross

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Hey ya'll!
I'm pretty new here and I was wondering if anyone knew where i could possible purchase the stuff to achieve a total of 10" lift on my 2WD 1993 Ranger XLT 4.0l V6
I was hoping to get atleast 6 of it through suspension and 4" on a body lift.
Has anyone out there put this bigg of a lift on there ranger and use it for both daily driving plus off-roading?
I also plan on putting 33" tires on it with 15" wheels
Gladdly open to any suggestions!!!
Thanks!!!!
 


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10 inches of lift for 33's? overkill man. all you need is 4" at the most to stuff those in there
 

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yea that would look stupid, why would you want to put that much money into a mall crawler?




Also a 3in body lift is as much body lift as you want, it will put way too much leverage on the body mounts
 

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10 inches of lift for 33's? overkill man. all you need is 4" at the most to stuff those in there
Agree. a 4" suspension lift, 33's, new gears and you will be set and it'll look way better.
 

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I'm just trying to gain more ground body clearance cuz where I go its all deep ruts and mud pits, Every time I go out in my chevy that has 33's with 2" body and 4" suspension I get stuck
Figured I should get as much as possible
 

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I'm just trying to gain more ground body clearance cuz where I go its all deep ruts and mud pits, Every time I go out in my chevy that has 33's with 2" body and 4" suspension I get stuck
Figured I should get as much as possible
it doesnt matter how high the body is if you catch the diff on something.

you're getting stuck because it's a chevy, you were doomed from the get go
 

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I'm just trying to gain more ground body clearance cuz where I go its all deep ruts and mud pits, Every time I go out in my chevy that has 33's with 2" body and 4" suspension I get stuck
Figured I should get as much as possible
And having 2wd and a huge lift will change you getting stuck or not?
Try adding more wheels that actually spin.
 

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