I have a sport roof on mine, and the highest point measures right at 80". That's with my tires aired up to 12psi, an empty gas tank, and nobody sitting in it.Hey AK-Bandit, you have a measurement of your ranger? I need to be 81inches tall to fit in my garage and your setup is identical to what Im going to do as far as lift, I would like to run 31 outback maxs if I can get away with it.
The shocks will roughly be in the same OEM position, they move the lower shock mount rearward, since the A arms are bent forward.I guess the silence means no one knows.
What is the advantage of moving the bottom backwards? All the other a-arms move the top shock forward.The shocks will roughly be in the same OEM position, they move the lower shock mount rearward, since the A arms are bent forward.
That is incorrect, unless I'm misunderstanding your question. The only brand that I am aware of that still uses the shock forward top mount is superlift, and that was for the 700/800.All the other a-arms move the top shock forward.