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Old 06-12-2008
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Lift?

It is not a Ford Ranger, but a really old Nissan truck.

I was wondering how slow and useless it would be with 33s.
It has car tires on now and it can't even keep up with me. Not my truck.
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It will look a little better, but if it's a four banger it will be a lot slower with 33's. That's a ton more rotating mass than it's stock size tires. It will need gears too.
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Yeah. I was telling her that thing isn't going any where with 33s, a four banger and stock gears.
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