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Old 04-17-2014
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sliding the 1" on this weekend

Most likely poppin on the 1 inch body lift this weekend. I don't have **** else to do. Any last minute suggestions/tips? I've read the thread.

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If you have read the thread thoroughly you should be fine from what I can tell. Just give yourself plenty of time to account for any unexpected problems that may show up. Good luck.
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thanks man
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please post pictures!

I am still trying to decide if I want to do this... 3" is too much to me, but I think 1 or 2" is perfect.

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please post pictures!

I am still trying to decide if I want to do this... 3" is too much to me, but I think 1 or 2" is perfect.

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Nigel.. seriously man. When you search for threads.. look at the date the thread was posted. Then look at the date the last comment on the thread was posted.

This is a year old thread.. think about it. He was about to do it "that weekend" and it's now a year later.. if he didn't post pics by now.. do you really think it's still going to happen?

You do this A LOT. Trying to help you out. Attention to detail bud... it goes a long way.
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Nigel.. seriously man. When you search for threads.. look at the date the thread was posted. Then look at the date the last comment on the thread was posted.

This is a year old thread.. think about it. He was about to do it "that weekend" and it's now a year later.. if he didn't post pics by now.. do you really think it's still going to happen?

You do this A LOT. Trying to help you out. Attention to detail bud... it goes a long way.

I hear what you are saying but a lot of times people just neglect to update a thread... I've done this many times before on problems or tricks to have people post years later asking for an update when I forgot to update it.

I'd rather post on a thread that was already created than to make new threads asking same stuff that was already 80% covered.

Sometimes people post backup, other times they don't ;-p

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well Nigel just because Im bored this morning.

1" bodylift with slight crank on torsion bars. 265/75/16 tires
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That looks really good!

I still want to lift my ranger but honestly think 3" is too much, 1 and 2" would be sweet but it just seems like one has to fab more stuff up compared to what comes in the 3" kit...

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I simply bought 3" spacers and then cut them in half. Ends up being cheaper and you have 1-1/2 " lift pucks when you are done.
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