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04-Dec-2019 21:49

I have seen a ton of people that have done it and none of them really post anything about regretting it.

In my area Dana 44's are extremely expensive and next to impossible to find in a yard. Last one I saw here was complete with chromos for 0.

(also I know Dana 44 but I really the best D30 I could and paid next to nothing for it so \_(ツ)_/ I'm going with it and I have 33's now and do not plan on going any bigger.

So far I already have the 64" chevy leaf swap down with longer shackles and removed lift block(leaf on axle) to keep everything level so for the rear I plan on maybe adding a leaf and putting the stock 3" lift block back in.

Some people commented he could have gone cheaper on the long arm kit. Make sure you know what your travel will be before setting and link mounts in place, set your links, track bar, drag link, etc, flat at mid travel.

Do you really want to be the guy that has to get towed out every trip?

If you can't afford a 44 don't do it cause you won't be able to afford to keep buying parts for the 30.

Anyone have any experience with the Super Lift for rangers?

EDIT: and Thanks Rangeraddict I know it's not a simple swap in a 98 but other than the Superlift which I don't think is going to get me where I want to be I'm not sure what else to do besides a SAS. When I had my 05 ranger I cranked the t-bars and threw on a body lift and my truck sat higher than everyone with the shifty superlift and I actually had slightly more clearance under the front diff crossmember due to having the t-bars cranked so much. I have a 3" body lift on it now and a very very slight t-bar crank just to level it out with the back.

Some people commented he could have gone cheaper on the long arm kit. Make sure you know what your travel will be before setting and link mounts in place, set your links, track bar, drag link, etc, flat at mid travel.Do you really want to be the guy that has to get towed out every trip?If you can't afford a 44 don't do it cause you won't be able to afford to keep buying parts for the 30.Anyone have any experience with the Super Lift for rangers?EDIT: and Thanks Rangeraddict I know it's not a simple swap in a 98 but other than the Superlift which I don't think is going to get me where I want to be I'm not sure what else to do besides a SAS. When I had my 05 ranger I cranked the t-bars and threw on a body lift and my truck sat higher than everyone with the shifty superlift and I actually had slightly more clearance under the front diff crossmember due to having the t-bars cranked so much. I have a 3" body lift on it now and a very very slight t-bar crank just to level it out with the back.As soon as you bind your truck up you are gonna snap shafts or ring gears and just to keep it running you will be spending more than going with a 44.