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Dropping a 460 into my ranger 2 wheeler. Did you upgrade you front springs? Mine had a turbo 2.3 in it before. Thanks in advance. Jim
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Stock 2.9L V6 springs were in mine.

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What are you gonna do with it? Strictly drag racing leave them if ANY street upgrade to extended cab V6 AC springs.

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street/strip

its going be a street/strip truck.
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There are basically four different springs for 2wd Rangers me personally would sacrifice ride for the weight transfer vs ride quality. Personally I leave the for banner springs in it.

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I used a set of 4" lift springs with 1 coil cut out.Truck sits the same height as when it had a 302 with a 6-71 supercharger in it.
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I run stock 3.0 v6 ex cab with one coil cut off
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