Ford Ranger Performance Suspension

    About Ford Ranger Performance Suspension Parts


    Improving the suspension on your Ford Ranger can make it feel like a completely different car, and give you some great performance advantages. There are a lot of products and methods you can take to give the Ranger you own a better ride, and at CARiD, we have the gear you need to get the results you crave. With suspension systems by leading names in the performance accessories industry like Arnott, BBK, Granatelli Motor Sport S, Daystar, Pro Comp and Air Lift, all chosen and tested by our own team of auto specialists, we have the kits you want at prices you can afford, so take a look at the wide range we currently have available for your Ford Ranger model today!

    Our range of Ford Ranger suspension kits includes impressive lowering kits and more, allowing you to order these great, well built suspension upgrades at our amazing prices from the comfort of your own home, either using our safe and easy to use online check out or by calling our team toll free. Upgrading your Ford's drive has never been easier than it is right now when you shop at CARiD! Check out the superior range of Ford Ranger suspension systems and other outstanding products and modifications for this great car here right now!

    If you need individual components such as spacers to adjust airbag installed height, height sensors, air bag bellows, air compressor kits, load leveling kits, air struts, air springs, and more, we offer those as well. Because these systems are complex, we recommend professional installation if you are not already experienced with air-ride units. If you’re in the process of deciding whether an air suspension upgrade is right for you, see over 2 product reviews with an average rating of 4.5 out of 5 stars stars to see customers who have already installed them think.



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    Customer Reviews
    4.5(4.5)
    2005 Ford Excursion
    Posted by

    "Great ride, noticeable adjustability. Front was a little harder to install."

    5(5)
    2013 Ford Focus
    Posted by

    "Great product. Just enough drop to get rid of the wheel gap with my factory 18's. Definite decrease in roll around the hard corners. Doesn't squat near as much under hard acceleration or braking. Ride quality is about the same, a little rougher around the bumps. "

    4(4)
    2008 Ford Crown Victoria
    Posted by

    "Installed these in my 2000 Crown Vic. The bags came with O-ring kit. I watched some YouTube videos on how to do this. Pretty straightforward. However, none of the videos were for replacing. The videos were for conversion to ghetto springs. Two things are very difficult - seating the air springs onto the rear axle and getting the solenoid back into the air spring after installation. I gave only 3 stars for quality because I couldn't fit one of the solenoids into the new air springs. One installed fine, the other took about 1 hour of trying. I didn't have the time to remove the spring and make the fit under the car to see what was the problem - my guess is that the tolerances on the plastic housing that receives the solenoid wasn't so great, but couldn't confirm. I was able to get it back together and I was done with it. "

    4.5(4.5)
    2013 Ford F-150
    Posted by

    "I just installed this lift and got a full 2" out of it. The front end is now only 1/2" lower than the back end. Looks good!!! The overall cost was a little pricey to get it to Canada though."

    4.5(4.5)
    1995 Ford Explorer
    Posted by

    "Nice brand new chrome Lakewood traction bars. These bars will be a nice addition to my 1995 Ford Explorer to keep that early hot rod style, nice color, good hardware and super easy to install. Thanks CARiD."

    Ford Ranger was available in the following models:
    Base • XL • XLS • XLT • S • STX • Custom • GT • S Plus • Sport • Splash • XL Sport • EV • Edge • Tremor • FX4 • Limited