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Lets try this again [8D]

Okay, front and rear lift kits for the Rangers, anything with the rear independent suspension will accept this kit. There are a small but growing number of members here using this kit, please ask them just how happy they are with it if you have any second thoughts before you order your kit from me, you will find only positive reviews and an awesome product.

 

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The email feature doent seem to be working..or i'm just really slow. but i was just wondering how i go about ordering the front and rear lift for my xp. thanks
 

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Sorry dude, I have some trouble with my e-mail as of yesterday, please give me a day or 2 to try and get it figured out. You can also e-mail me at [email protected]
I have the kits ready to go, they are $162 U.S. or $185 Canadian, and that all includes the shipping. I can do paypal or ammoney order.

Again, sorry bout the e-mail problem.
 

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I got it fixed, I had it set up to forward my mail to my new blackberry, but when yahoo mail does this, it doesnt leave the mail in the actual yahoo mail box and I couldnt figure out how to turn it off. It's fixed now though.

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Thank you very much Dennis, comments like yours are always welcomed, but I always seem to disturb my wife to come up and read them with me LOL, so thanks for the compliments, quality is always very important, its one of the things I have learned in my 17-1/2 years in a machine shop.

Paul.
 

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So, if I see correctly, does the fronts get the spring spacers with the small round stock going at the bottom of the strut? Then, the rear get's the other, which mounts at the bottom of the shock? Are those swaybar extensions? If so, it looks like a really sharp kit.

Chris
 

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Hi Chris, you are 110% correct, the smaller "plugs" as I call them lift the actual shocks in the front, the spring spacers up front are the same height to give you a TRUE 2" lift. The rear mounts at the bottom, very fast install, and yes, the sway bar links are 1" longer than the stock ones.

I have some kits in stock, I think I have 3 left right now, should we talk more about setting you up with one ;)
 
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