Ok, Finally did it. I ordered a Performance accessories body lift, Part number 883, for a 98-00 Ranger. The front bumper brackets were useful, we only had to expand the slots slightly to have it line up properly. The other modification needed was to the front mounts themselves, they are threaded half way though and have a nut on the end of the bolts, the new bolds that are sent with the kit are only threaded at the end, So I had to grind the threads out of the middle section of the mount to allow the bolt to pass though. I don't have a picture of it, but I needed to trim 3 inches off of the bottom of the fan shroud, as of course the motor doesn't lift, but the fan shroud does. Then we of course undid all of the body mounts, took off one side completely, and left one side loose, but still attached. They were accessible under the carpet, under the drivers and passenger foot area, just behind the front seats, and beside the rear seats, then in the rear as the picture above, as well as at the very front under the bumper cover. We jacked up half of the truck, installed the blocks and started all of the bolts, Once that was done, we jacked up the other side and installed those as well. Torqued them all down at once, replaced the carpet and trim. After all of the body mounts were tight and trim replaced we focused on the bumper brackets. The front one was great out of the kit, just a bit of grinding to make it fit. But the rear bracket was useless, So we made that from scratch at my friends machine shop. Unfortunately 50 of the pictures we took were corrupted on the camera. After that of course you've got your steering extension and you're good to go. The steering extension will work, but is a bit thick and does not slide over easily, we just ground a bit off of it to make it slide into and over the steering shaft at both ends, the bolt holes lined up and that was that. Hope this helps guys, It feels great to finally have it done. Cheers Ben.