superlift 4 inch suspension lift

Discussion in 'Off-Topic' started by greenmachine2000, Jan 6, 2012.

  1. OP

    greenmachine2000 New Member

    lol where im from the teams suck lol i just dont like the steelers no hate for steelers fans just never have i think its the qb ben snotberger. so for me its browns or lions im screwed either way.
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  3. Gtfo... Right now. I'm evicting you from your own thread xD But that's my view. Haha. Anyways, back on
  4. OP

    greenmachine2000 New Member

    yes topic that yeah thats the topic haha
  5. Fx4wannabe01

    Fx4wannabe01 New Member

    With some extra parts and extra work on the shaft, then yeah...

    The 4/3" Superlift(as it's listed on Superlift's site), is in reality a 3.5" front kit, and 3" rear kit. They assume the extra 1/2" comes from cranking of the bars.
  6. TurdFX4

    TurdFX4 Schuylkill Countys Finest

    What would you need to do?
  7. Brinker88

    Brinker88 Black sheep o' the family

    Take a shaft from a 3rd gen ranger ( it's a double cardon shaft ).... You will need to grab a yoke off a third gen transfer case as well. It should bolt right up.
  8. TurdFX4

    TurdFX4 Schuylkill Countys Finest

    I have a '94 ranger sitting in my storage shed lol
  9. SHOULD* Remember the replacement driveshaft thread Brad.
  10. Fx4wannabe01

    Fx4wannabe01 New Member


    BUT, I'll ask here too. Tell me what you guys are using to remove the front output yoke off these 97 and older tcases????? I can't seem to find the correct socket in a thin enough wall to fit in the yoke.

    My reference to "with some other parts and work to the shaft it will" covered making the TTB shaft or 95-97 Expo shaft fit a 98+ w/o front output changes. Meaning shortening shaft and obtaining correct Neapco adapter. And FWIW IRC, TTB shafts are longer than 95-97 IFS Expo shafts, even tho both look exactly the same with the double cardons.

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