To make Ranger beams fit you have to change the engine cross member for a 2wd Ranger one. The 2wd B2 used basically stripped out 4wd parts, they were never really meant to be 2wd. But lowered ones are badass.
Hmm yeah all 18 posts of wisdom you have.
If you want to do a SAS go bigger (35's or 37's) or face the fact that you should stick with a TTB.
But you probably heard a few people who didn't know what they were doing and were misinformed on how capable the TTB can be.
And it's comments like that is why we're going to assume you're a moron. The only advantage that a solid axle has over a TTB suspension is that it is so primitive it takes little intelligence and creativity to optimize.
The fouled plugs on one bank (drivers side on mine) is a sign of the loose intake bolt problem that is very common on the early 4.0s