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4th gen body lift is installed!!!!!!!

Discussion in 'Modified 2006 - 2010 Explorers' started by renzAy34134, June 26, 2011.

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    1. renzAy34134

      renzAy34134 Active Member

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      Thank you I appreciate it. It was a lot of hard work but I love working on the x. Makes me feel all warm and fuzzy. lol. Well tomorrow down he goes a little. still keeping the32's until they wear out.
       
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      Ronin8002 Well-Known Member

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      Just completed a 1" body lift:

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      No steering shaft extension, no fan shroud trimming, no front bumper brackets, and no cutting of the back bumper needed. Just ordered new bolts and some 2" lift blocks which I cut in half. I will be welding a bit of 1" square steel tube on top of the rear bumper reinforcement to fill in the barely noticeable gap and to have something solid under the bumper cover so I can stand on it and have it be sturdy.
       
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      Old thread but can anyone tell me what ranger body kit I should use to do a 07 body lift.
       
    5. Ronin8002

      Ronin8002 Well-Known Member

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      PA883 is the kit, but since you aren't going to be using the bumper brackets, bolts, or pretty much anything else that comes in it, you might as well just buy 3" lift blocks, make your own brackets, and buy the bolts separate.
       
    6. geosnooker2000

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      I wish your photo was still linked. I want to see the look of a 1" lift. I just got a 2010 EB 4x4 and I want to lift it a little, but I don't want to go crazy.
       
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      Bump.
       
    8. oy1crazyace

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      I'm with you Snooker. New pixs link pls!
       

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