Originally Posted by 99XLTman
Ohhhh yeah, because better handling and gas mileage don't mean anything.
how is it less functional then a stock or lifted truck? let me know. K thanks
Ignore comments like his, he has obviously never even rode in a "lowered" truck let alone had to use one for practical function. Back when D. was a member, he was pretty good at proving people with the same attitude wrong (non-politcal).
50% of the trucks here do anything a stock, or lowered Ranger couldn't do, besides drive off the highway to take wheelin' pictures. Ride height has little to nothing to do with practicality. If it did I wouldn't drive a 2wd Sierra, Buick LeSabre, Mark VIII or be building a soon-to-be street truck of a Ranger and live on a farm. Let them speak out their ***, they don't know better.
The Peterbilt I drive everyday at work is lower than stock, guess that makes it a show truck . . . ?
2000 Ford F350 - 7.3L, 4x4, 6-spd
"It's not leaking oil, it's sweating power!"
1994 Ford Ranger - built 306 SBF project street truck
2006 KTM 525 EXC-Racing - supermoto and dirt bike