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I’m new here and to Ford trucks. I’m guessing this has already been asked but I can’t find a specific answer. I have a 1993 Ford Ranger XLT standard cab 4wd and the rear end is 3.5 inches taller than the front. My question is how much can I lift the front end without having to buy longer shocks and other hardware. Rough Country only sells 1.5 inch coils as a way to level. A lot (not all) of the 2 inch spacer kits I have seen say "not for twin traction beam suspension" which is what I have. It also seems like 2 inches may not be enough to level it. Any help is appreciated.