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post #1 of (permalink) Old 01-20-2003, 12:58 PM
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Help! suspension kit for ranger

i was wondering if anyone has installed a stage one lift kit before on a 97 ranger. and should i have my friend who is a good mechanic for a living, but has never put a lif in anything and says he could do it easily.Or should I just pay to do it.
I can get a camgerg 5.5" w/bent I-beams, 5.5"coils,cust. radius arms, 4 5100 bilstien shocks, align cams, the braided brake lines, and I also get the option of add a leaf or blocks.which should I go with?This is all for $1195+taxw/OUT installation.
My other option is to go to P.D.C and get a 4" in the front wfabtec parts, but the only parts I get is 4" coils, radius arms, bent I-beams, my brake lines, and 4 fabtec shocks.this out the door installed is costing $875.00.And I get nothing for my rear.
Basically I need to know if the expertice is needed for the proper installation of either of these kits I described?And which kit is more worth it overall.

Thanx Jason
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post #2 of (permalink) Old 01-20-2003, 11:16 PM
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Re: Help! suspension kit for ranger

Camburg's stuff is FAR better than anything Fabtech makes now a days. Spend the extra money on the quality.

I'm not an expert on prerunners or Rangers, but blocks and add a leaves are kinda just band aid solutions. Do it the right way and get some taller yet softer spring packs.
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