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A body lift removes the possibility of having tips mounted in the right spot and have it look good.

trust me i've been down all those roads.

find me some room in there. the springs mount lower than my hitch does...
Well I was talking about for the original poster. In his case, it will work, or it should......
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If you get a hitch, just get one that puts the frame of the hitch behind the bumper, let me get some pics................

Get ones like these and you should be ok......



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where can i find a hitch like that thats kinda cheap??
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where can i find a hitch like that thats kinda cheap??
Depends on what you think cheap is, I am sure you could find one for 150 or less, that isn't bad, let me look.......

P.S. what are you willin to spend?
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On both www.etrailer.com and www.usa-trailer-hitches.com they have them from 114 to 145. You also might want to contact them and see which one(s) is the most low profile (hidden behind the bumper)


Edit: found another one...... www.suspensionconnection.com


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I like the duals

I guess it's a good thing you live in FL, this will be the third year of my exhaust being on and I'm getting stainless tips this summer because the rust and corrosion is beyond repair now...
That happens a lot down here. It's very moist and if you don't drive a lot (at least 1x a day) then the moisture collects and it starts to rust.

This has happened to all of our vehicles with aftermarket exhaust. My caprice, my dads f150, and silverado. All had 40 series flows with 3x18" tips...all rusted out.
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On both www.etrailer.com and www.usa-trailer-hitches.com they have them from 114 to 145. You also might want to contact them and see which one(s) is the most low profile (hidden behind the bumper)


Edit: found another one...... www.suspensionconnection.com


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cool man, thanks
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To the guys running just cat back exhaust systems, do you find this helps out functionality alot, or just sound? I know you are going to be letting more air out, but is there a complete, header back exhaust system that has much greater gains, or is it not worth it? Don't mean to hi-jack your thread or anything...
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Nick how about the sound clip!
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those look bad ***. did u do the whole exhaust over of just from the muffler back? i wanna do that same thing but i can't find sh$t for a 2wd manual 2001 2dr xlt ranger. has anybody seen one?
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the exhaust looks awesome rideabikenick. i can't find what u have anywhere for a 2001 2wd 2001 xlt manual ranger anywhere. yours didn't caust too much and looks awesome. where'd u pick that up? l
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^^^^^^^^ His was not a kit, he got a dual outlet muffler with chrome tips, took it to an exhaust shop and they took care of the pipes and welding. IMO, that is the only way to go becasue you can have anything you want, and allot of times it cheaper.....
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so i should just buy everything seperatly and bring it somewhere. cause theres like nothing out there for what i have and it sounds like it would be alot cheaper doing it the way ur telling me to too. thanks for the help
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so i should just buy everything seperatly and bring it somewhere. cause theres like nothing out there for what i have and it sounds like it would be alot cheaper doing it the way ur telling me to too. thanks for the help
You don't have to buy anything before hand if you don't want to. When I had mine done, the place I went to was a flowmaster, magnaflow and dynomax dealer. I made an appointment, told them what I wanted, then they asked me what kind of tips I wanted and welded them on. Took an hour, maybe hour and a half......
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