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88 B2 lowering options?

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Old 08-31-2014, 05:07 PM
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88 B2 lowering options?

hey guys i just picked up an 88 b 2 with 66k miles on her and i wanted to do a mild drop to level it and drop like an inch or two i was wondering what my options were and where to purchase the parts as nobody seems to know where to get b 2 specific front drop parts such as coils and beams. and i dont know what to use in the rear just to level and drop a little. will ranger parts fit?
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