Question about 1992 Ford Ranger
On the lowering you want to buy lowered I-beam front control arms about $500. and the rear you would use a flip kit if you have leaf spring. if you have coil you would buy shorter coil springs and or shock relocator kits. about $300 to $500. And you will want to get a good quality of shock built for lowered applications. the dieing at a idle could be weak fuel pump, clogged fuel filter or injectors. But most likely it would just have a miss if it were a injector. Check your vaccuum lines.
Posted on Sep 28, 2008
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