Mud in my Veins
Join Date: Mar 2000
Location: Paducah, KY
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Re: Help me lift a 99 Ranger 2wd please
He's all for saving money, so I will update him to this. Tell me if you think you can do it. It's the 5.5" Fabtech lift, all it seems to be are upper A-arms, longer spindles, and longer coil springs. The rear is just a regular 3" block.
RV Performance is in Santa Clara I beleive, not to far. Tyres International is in like Ohio or something. They both advertise in Four Wheeler and 4Wheel & Offroad.
No offense dude, but I wouldn't trust 4WPW for anything. They screwed me over good, and not many people think all that positive of them. Go to the Full Size Chevy forum on here, and look back within the last day to see a post about it. I don't feel like repeating my rather lengthy reply here. 4WPW put my lift on my truck, and ORW in Balboa did a lift on my buddy's 4x4 Toyota. ORW did a much better job and was all around better to deal with. I will never do business with 4WPW again. No offense ment or anything, hopefully you could be the start of a turn around in customer service for them.[img]/wwwthreads_images/icons/tongue.gif[/img]
1992 Blazer Sport, 350 TBI, 4L60, 3" Flowmaster, K&N, MSD coil & wires, Rancho 2.5" lift, 285/75R16 AT's[img]/wwwthreads_images/icons/laugh.gif[/img]