I put the 8" super lift for a ranger on my 93 explorer, along with a 2"body lift, 35" tire and 15xx12 Alcoa wheels. The 4.0 has plenty of power but needed more as far as gears and hubs. The rear part of this lift will take some work also. The ranger doesn't have a sway bar so you need to modify that. Also I had the rear leaf springs arched at a spring shop for more hight and added strength. The ranger kit comes with blocks and sagged in the rear. Doesn't do much as far as rock crawling, but that baby boogied in the sand with the big tires and no weight. All and all it was definitely a head turner.Has anyone ever put on this lift, or tried to at least, on a 1991-1994 Explorer?
Suspension Lift Kit for a 1992 FORD RANGER SUPER
Part Number 138RHKS-A
Suspension Lift Kit; 8 in. Lift; Incl. Fr Coil/Rr Leaf Springs; Hinge/Radius Arm Brkts; Pitman Arm; Rr UBolt Kit; Fr/Re Brake Lines; Sway Bar Link;
Part# Description Amount
138 8" COILS 83-97 RANGER/BROII 1 PR
138C COMP BOX, 8" 83-97 RANGER/B 1 BX
138RHS SYS BOX, 8" 83-97 RANGER 4W 1 BX
FR36S SOFTRIDE SPRG 6"REAR RANGER 2 EA
Got this straight from the Skyjacker website. What are the reasons you couldn't put this lift on a '92 Ex? It is made for 4.0 4x4 Ranger. I know many lift kits are interchangeable...well almost. The guys at Skyjacker weren't really detailed enough in thier answer, they basically said "because I said so"....any insight from the experts? Thanks!