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post #1 of (permalink) Old 04-06-2001, 10:16 PM
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87 mazda B2000 2WD lifts

i have a 87 mazda B2000 piece of crap, but i want more ground clearence so i can continue to beat the hell out of it. i can not find a kit for this year/type of truck a wep page, mag article, experience anything PLEASE HELP ME KILL IT!!!!!!!

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Re: 87 mazda B2000 2WD lifts

As far as i know, they are the same as the fords w/ I-beams up front and springs in the rear. Just buy a ford ranger lift. Even the fiberglass is supposed to bolt up the same. Good luck.


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post #3 of (permalink) Old 04-09-2001, 01:00 AM
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Re: 87 mazda B2000 2WD lifts

The only kit i know of in production is Fabtech upper arms with dual shock mounts.

If you wanna get serious its all custom. Get some +4" aRms with unibals all made out of 4130 chromoly and some coil over 2.5" shocks and you should have a bitchin pre runner.

Contact Baja Concepts for glass.


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Re: 87 mazda B2000 2WD lifts

for the rear you could mount the springs on top of the axles. that will give you quite a bit of lift fairly cheap. i don't think an 87 mazda has the same suspension as a ranger, maybe a 97 will since they are the same ruck.

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